Award-winning Memphis violinist Randall Goosby featured in an afternoon of classic music to benefit young musicians.
Memphis, Tenn., February 3, 2016- PRIZM Ensemble brings together violinist and Arlington High School alumnus, Randall Goosby and pianist Arthur Hart for a “Fundraising Event Promoting Diversity in Classical Music” on March 5 at Shady Grove Presbyterian Church.
The program will feature classical music of Spain, Russia, and France with sparkling show works by de Falla, Achron, Saint Säens and include music by two of the most famous composers in classical music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Niccolo Paganini. The afternoon will begin with a Meet the Artist Q and A with Randall Goosby and PRIZM co-Founder Lecolion Washington followed by short musical selections by PRIZM Alumni before Goosby begins the program.
“We’re thrilled to collaborate with Randall again. He is a great help for PRIZM to continue building diversity in classical music”, says Carina Nyberg Washington, PRIZM Ensemble. “We’re especially glad Randall is joining us for this benefit concert the day before his solo performance of the Vivaldi Seasons with the Memphis Symphony. We hope his performance will inspire young students to pursue their passion for music and motivate them to sign up for our upcoming summer camp.”