L'Dor V'Dor                                                  Sarah Saviet Violin Recital
   


Mishkan Torah

 

Proudly presents the SECOND of our L’Dor V’Dor (Generations) Showcases

 

AND

 

Young Performers Concert Series

 

Sarah Saviet

 


The Ways and Means Committee is excited to announce that violin virtuoso Sarah Saviet will return to Mishkan Torah to present the second concert in the Young Performers Concert Series on Sunday, March 13, 2011 at two in the afternoon.  The gala event, which will conclude with light refreshments, marks Sarah’s first performance at Mishkan Torah since her appearance early in 2007 before an enthralled audience at a High Tea sponsored by the Sisterhood.  

Sarah is the daughter of  Mishkan Torah members Elizabeth Ahmann and Richard Saviet.  Sarah is currently a senior majoring in musical performance at Indiana University. Prior to going to Indiana, Sarah studied music at Peabody Preparatory, where she won the full concerto competition. She has been a prize winner in other musical competitions as well, including the MTNA National String Competition, ASTA String Competition, Friday Morning Music Club Competition, and the Washington Performing Arts Society’s Feder Competition. Sarah has soloed frequently in the metropolitan area, including performances with the Peabody Sinfonietta and the Landon Symphonette. She has performed in the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall as a winner of the National Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artists Competition and at New York’s celebrated Carnegie Hall as a member of the New York String Orchestra 

To whet your appetite for the full concert, click here to download an all too short excerpt from Sarah's most recent recital.                                                              

 

Sarah will be accompanied on the piano by Tal Haim Samnon, an accomplished musician in his own right.  To see Tal perform, click on this link. 

  

 

 


March 13, 2011 at 2:00 PM 

  

at Mishkan Torah

in Greenbelt, MD

 

Admission: $15 in advance 

                    $18 at the door