Date : April 12 | Time : 7:30pm | Facebook Event
Covid: According to the latest announcements, masks are not mandatory but remain highly recommended. Please respect the general physical distancing guidelines. Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance.
Romanian Folk Dances
Seven Popular Spanish Songs
Graceful Ghost Rag
About the Musicians
A native New Yorker, violinist Jennifer Schiller has pursued an active musical career both in the United States and France. She is an alumna and former Harriet Hale Wooley scholar from the FEU. As a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, she earned her Masters degree at Indiana University and her Doctorate at the University of Kentucky. As a freelance musician she has performed on baroque and modern violin with ensembles such as Boston Baroque, Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Philharmonic, Boston Ballet, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic. In Paris she performs regularly with the orchestra Les Siècles and the Opera Fuoco orchestra, and with harpist Marta Power in the Schiller-Power Duo.
Originally from Traverse City, Michigan, Marta Power earned her Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, where she studied with Isabelle Perrin. In addition to this degree in harp performance, she also earned two Brevet diplomas, one in Music History (2004), and one in Analysis (2006), and completed a Licence de Musicologie at the Sorbonne University of Paris. She has been awarded prizes in several international harp competitions, such as the 4th International Felix Godefroid Harp Competition in Belgium, the Camac Harp Competition of the North London Festival of Music and Drama, and the Salvi “Le Parnasse” competition in Paris. In 2006, she founded the Atlantic Harp Duo with harpist Elizabeth Jaxon, it allowed them to perform across the world. Marta Power Luc performs regularly throughout the world. Marta Power Luce currently works and teaches in Paris. Happy to explore outside the realm of the classical musician, Marta Power has also participated in several original theater productions. In 2020, she builds the Schiller-Power Duo with viollist Jennifer Schiller.