Kenji Haba and Molly Aronson

  • Cornelia Street Café 29 Cornelia Street New York, NY, 10014 United States

My duo piece for cello and guitar "Where It Begins, Where It All Ends" will be performed at Cornelia Street Café. $10 cover plus $10 minimum.

Kenji Haba is a guitarist who heralds a new direction for classical guitar through his insight and work with the coloration of sounds, as well as through bringing new formats to the landscape, including the innovative guitar-cello ensemble. He is well known for his interpretation of Toru Takemitsu, his performances having been described as an “ideal match for Takemitsu’s music” by Fanfare. He is also an active performer of contemporary music, with over 20 pieces of music written for and premiered by him.

Based in New York City, Molly Aronson is a cellist known for her "solidity and verve" (San Francisco Classical Voice). She has performed internationally as a chamber musician performing on such series as Barge Music's Here and Now; Chamber Players International; Luzerne Festival Series; the Chateau Festival; Mohawk Trails Concerts; and the Interlochen Faculty Chamber Series. Molly had her concerto debut with the Holyoke Civic Symphony, has been a guest artist with the Eastern Chamber Orchestra, and will be recording Tramonto, for solo cello and wind ensemble by Luis Serrano Alarcon with the Valley Winds this upcoming year.