NEW YORK (INTERMUSE PR) - Their 95-minute long program featured J.S. Bach's Suite for solo cello, Alberto Ginastera's American Preludes, George
Goltermann's Etude-Caprice, Frederick Chopin's Sonata in b-minor, Edward Grieg's Sonata in c-minor for Violin and Piano, Franz Liszt's Tarantella, and Elizabeth
Borowsky's Northern Lights
for Piano, Violin, and Cello.
The large audience and the present media highly rewarded the young artists for their unique and outstanding performance. The concert reviews unanimously proclaimed the young Borowsky siblings great success at Carnegie Hall:
- 'The Borowsky siblings gave a phenomenal performance at Carnegie Hall…'
- "They really deserved the overwhelming applause and thelong-lasting standing ovation…'
- 'The Young American Virtuosi: Elizabeth, Emmanuel,and Frances-Grace shine at their New York debut'
- 'Indeed, they demonstrated their impressive virtuosity to the entire world.'
Following the concert in New York, The Young American Virtuosi were invited in November to perform in Iceland and Germany.
In March and April 2005 they will tour Asia, and in May and August they will perform in Europe.