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LAVECK CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS
Thursday, JUNE 6, 2019
LaVeck Concerts welcomes internationally recognized violinist Nic Orbovich. In 1987, he was awarded the Bronze Medal at Her Royal Majesty’s International Festival Competition in Aberdeen, Scotland (UK). Orbovich was also a semi-finalist at the 1995 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition as a member of the Amherst String Quartet.
Nic will perform the beloved A Major violin Sonata of Johannes Brahms, the revered violin Sonata of Debussy, and more!
Rob Auler will join him. Don't miss this special concert!
In keeping with the violin and piano theme, tonight's "opening acts" will feature two talented seven-year old musicians: pianist Alexander Daigle, winner of the recent "Oswego's Got Talent" competition, and violinist Katie Auler (accompanied by her dad, Rob).
Laveck is thrilled to feature talented young people whenever possible - these very brief performances will immediately precede the artist presentation.
2019 Performance Season
Thursday, June 6, 2019
One of the first artists to appear under the LaVeck banner, "Nic" returns to our stage, performing Johannes Brahms' beautiful Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano.
Nicolas Orbovich, violin
Robert Auler, piano
All concerts are held at
Pulaski Congregational Church
27 Lake Street
No admission is required and music students are encouraged to attend for free. All are welcome to this opportunity to hear world-class Classical music performed in Northern Oswego County.
Come as you are.
Come if you're wearing jeans.
Come if you have small children.
Come if you've never attended a concert.
LaVeck Concerts provides world-class classical music in Pulaski, NY, to a diverse audience of seasoned concertgoers and first-time attendees. We welcome you with friendly volunteers, performer commentary, and post-concert receptions with the artists. Donations are only suggested and all are welcome regardless of donation.