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Duo Parnas, rising stars of violin and cello, perform online March 18

Posted 2/12/21

Presented by Mesa Arts Center as part of the Performing Live series, Duo Parnas, rising stars of violin and cello will be in an online event at 7:30 p.m. March 18.

Purchase tickets for $10 …

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Duo Parnas, rising stars of violin and cello, perform online March 18

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Presented by Mesa Arts Center as part of the Performing Live series, Duo Parnas, rising stars of violin and cello, will be in an online event at 7:30 p.m. March 18.

Purchase tickets for $10 at mesaartscenter.com/index.php/shows/performing-live/duo-parnas.

“Duo Parnas is the critically acclaimed collaboration of two sisters, violinist Madalyn Parnas and cellist Cicely Parnas. This musical partnership established between sisters has captivated audiences across the globe in the world’s most prestigious music venues, festivals, recitals, and as soloists with countless orchestras,” according to a release.

“In 2008, 10 years after their early childhood debut, they solidified their presence on the world’s stage by taking first prize at the International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition held in Carnegie Hall, releasing their first album Parnas Double, and collaborating with the great artist Peter Serkin in the Parnas/Serkin Trio," the release states.

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