Sunday November 5, 2023


Sunset Center, Carmel

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Antonin Dvořák (1841-1904)
 Sonatina in G major, Op. 100

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
 Sonata No. 7 for Violin and Piano
  in C minor, Op. 30 no 2

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

Arvo Pärt (b.1935)
 Spiegel im Spiegel

Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908)
 Carmen Fantasy, Opus 25



Stefan Milenkovich: Carmem Fantasy
(with orchestra)

Stefan Milenkovich
Paganinini: La Campanella
with orchestra


Stefan Milenkovich, violin
Marta Aznavoorian, piano

“Disarmingly magical… dazzling virtuosity… searching musicianship.”
(Washington Post)

Stefan Milenkovich

Serbia’s Artist of the Century, Most Humane Person, and Brand Personality of the Year, violinist Stefan Milenkovich enjoys a prolific career as an internationally sought-after soloist and recitalist, with an extraordinary productive longevity, professionalism and creativity.

Established as one of the foremost violinists of his generation, Milenkovich appeared on multiple occasions in some of the world’s most celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall, New York City (USA), Kennedy Center, Washington (USA), Cadogan Hall, London (UK), Suntory Hall, Tokyo (Japan), as well as Italy’s theatres La Fenice, Venice, San Carlo, Naples, and Petruzzelli, Bari. His numerous appearances with orchestra include Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Aspen Chamber Symphony, Helsinki Philharmonic, NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of Radio-France, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, National Orchestra of Belgium, Mexico State Symphony, Orquestra Sinfonica de Estado de Sao Paolo, and the Melbourne and Queensland Symphonies, and has performed under the baton of such conductors as Sir Neville Marriner, Lorin Maazel, Vladimir Fedoseyev, and Daniel Oren.

Benjamin Grosvenor

“A pianist of exceptionally finished technique and purity of musical impulse.”  (Boston Globe)

Marta Aznavoorian is known for her inspiringly spirited playing and vast emotional reach. The multi Grammy-nominated artist made her professional début at the age of 13 performing Mozart Piano Concerto No. 24 with the Chicago Symphony at the invitation of Sir Georg Solti. She went on to perform with orchestras throughout the United States and abroad including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Chicago Symphony and the New World Symphony at the invitation of Michael Tilson Thomas, who was also the conductor.

Marta has performed and recorded with violinists Joshua Bell, Philippe Quint and Stefan Milenkovich, and has appeared at some of this country's most prestigious festivals, including Ravinia, Tanglewood and Marlboro. Her many awards and accolades include 1st Prize in the Stravinsky International Competition as well as the Special Prize for best interpretation of the commissioned contemporary work. Marta has recorded extensively for the Naxos, Warner Classics and Erato labels, and has just released her 7th album on Cedille Records. She is a founding member of the GRAMMY-nominated Lincoln Trio, which Fanfare Magazine called the “hottest trio in the business.”

Stefan Milenkovich and Marta Aznavoorian appear by arrangement with Lisa Sapinkopf Artists,