New York, NY, March 27, 2012 — Renowned chamber music retreat, Marlboro Music, is credited by many leading musicians as being one of their most important influences as young musicians. A significant number now perform at Carnegie Hall.

New York, NY, March 27, 2012 — Renowned chamber music retreat, Marlboro Music, is credited by many leading musicians as being one of their most important influences as young musicians. A significant number now perform at Carnegie Hall.

Major <a href="http://www.marlboromusic.org/">American orchestras</a> which form such an important part of each Carnegie Hall season all boast Principals and members whose summers at Marlboro shaped their musical perspectives. The Philadelphia and Metropolitan Opera Orchestras each have more than twenty former participants.

With their years at Marlboro in parentheses, musicians performing in recent seasons at <a href="http://www.marlboromusic.org">Carnegie Hall</a> include: Emanuel Ax (1973), Joshua Bell (1985, 86, 89), Jonathan Biss (1997, 98, 89, and recently), Borromeo String Quartet (Yeesun Kim: 1986, 87), Brentano String Quartet (all four members attended in the 1990s), Yefim Bronfman (1976, 77, 78), Brooklyn Rider (Colin Jacobsen: 1998, 99, 2000), Sasha Cooke (2008), Jeremy Denk (1996, 97, 98, 99 and recently), Emerson String Quartet (three members attended in the 1970s), Richard Goode (1958-68; 1989-present; Co-Artistic Director), Marie-Elisabeth Hecker (2010), Benjamin Hochman (2001, 03, 05), Bella Hristova (2009, 10, 11), Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio (two members attended in the 1960s and 1970s), Hye-Jin Kim (2007, 08, 09), Jennifer Koh (1994, 95, 96 and recently), Jaime Laredo (12 summers between 1961-75), James Levine (1956), Yo-Yo Ma (1972, 73, 75, 76), Anthony McGill (1998, 99, 2000, 07, 10), Miami String Quartet (two members attended), Murray Perahia (1966, 67, 69, 72), Nicholas Phan (2007, 08, 09, 10), Susanna Phillips (2010, 11), András Schiff (1978, 79, 80, and as member of Committee for Artist Direction: 1993, 95, 97), Peter Serkin (17 summers between 1958-1993), St. Lawrence String Quartet (three members attended in the 1980s),Takács Quartet (Geraldine Walther: 1967, 71, 74, 80, 2010), Christian Tetzlaff (1987, 88), Michael Tree (1959 –1980 and recently), Mitsuko Uchida (1974; 1992-present; Co-Artistic Director), Paul Watkins (1992), Amy Yang (2008, 09, 10).

Marlboro Music will hold its 62nd season this summer and continues to shape America’s musical life. For more information, visit http://www.marlboromusic.org.

About Marlboro Music
Started in 1951 by musical émigrés from Europe, <a href="http://www.marlboromusic.org/">Marlboro Music</a> is a unique summer community for elite musicians. Over seven weeks each summer, fifty emerging musicians collaborate with musical masters, exploring music with unlimited rehearsal time in the kind of depth not generally possible. With an emphasis on study and exchange of ideas, the school is recognized as an important musical incubator. Located in Marlboro, Vermont, the school’s unique atmosphere and environment has produced three generations of the world’s leading musicians. Visit http://www.marlboromusic.org
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