- Date: Oct. 17th, 7 PM
- Venue: Cunningham Piano Company, Cherry Hill
Classical music lovers of Cherry Hill, prepare for a treat. Before renowned tenor Christopher Pfund graces the "Music in Midtown" series in New York, he and the acclaimed pianist Hsiang Tu are set to present a captivating evening right here in our town. Celebrate the essence of autumn with the timeless melodies of a Brahms song cycle that beautifully captures the fervor and innocence of young love. This unique performance, suitable for all ages, promises not just an evening of music but an unforgettable experience.
To secure your spot at this free recital, please fill out the RSVP form below, or call: (856) 651-7596
About the Artists:
Christopher Pfund: A Voice Beyond Borders A tenor celebrated for his “rounded vocal beauty”, Christopher Pfund is no stranger to critical acclaim. His captivating voice has been highlighted by The New York Times as an “attractive tenor [that] helps define a sympathetic character.” Internationally and across North America, Pfund has collaborated with eminent orchestras from the Cleveland Orchestra to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and his performances have resonated in countries including the Czech Republic, Germany, Mexico, and Brazil. Notably, Pfund is recognized for his compelling portrayal of the roasting swan in Orff’s Carmina Burana—a role he's performed over 150 times across three continents. Beyond these achievements, he's an esteemed recording artist, educator, and Co-Director of the Idaho Bach Festival.
Hsiang Tu: A Symphony on Keys Hailing from Taipei, Taiwan, Hsiang Tu is a pianist whose performances have been described as possessing "eloquent sensitivity" by The New York Times. He made his mark in New York debuting at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center and has since graced stages worldwide. A versatile artist, Dr. Tu has garnered accolades from renowned competitions and has collaborated with distinguished orchestras globally. As an educator, he brings his vast knowledge to the University of Florida as an Assistant Professor of Piano. His discography includes the critically acclaimed solo album, Bestiary on Ivory, and an upcoming release featuring the evocative pieces of Chopin.