The Hammond Performing Arts Series Presents Constantine Finehouse

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Chestnut Hill, MA – January 8, 2013 – Saul Cohen, President of Hammond Residential Real Estate, with offices at 113 Thoreau Street in Concord, is pleased to announce that pianist Constantine Finehouse will perform works by Beethoven, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, and Schumann as part of the Hammond Performing Arts Series. The concert will take place on Sunday, January 20 at 3 p.m. at The Friends of the Performing Arts in Concord (FOPAC). Admission is free.

Finehouse, a native of St. Petersburg, Russia, studied at New England Conservatory, Juilliard, and Yale. His principal teachers included Fredrik Wanger, Natalia Harlap, Herbert Stessin, Jerome Lowenthal, Boris Berman and Bruce Brubaker. Finehouse has performed extensively in the United States and abroad, and he has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Vladimir Horowitz Scholarship from Juilliard, the 2004 St. Botolph Club Foundation Grant, and the 2006 Classics Abroad Project Award. He presently serves on the faculty of New England Conservatory Preparatory and Extension Divisions in Boston, and as Visiting Artist/Faculty at Westmont College, Santa Barbara.

The Hammond Performing Arts Series began in Chestnut Hill nineteen years ago as a way to provide talented musicians with performance opportunities, and to enrich the cultural life of the communities that Hammond’s network of offices serve. The series proved so successful in Chestnut Hill that it has been expanded to Boston, Concord, Hingham, Lexington, and Weston.

Reservations for the January 20 concert are currently being accepted. If you are interested in attending, please email Loretta Tramontozzi at ltramontozzi@hammondre.com or call 978-369-3999 to reserve your complimentary seats.

To learn more, please visit http://www.hammondre.com/community-outreach/performing-arts-series.html and cfinehouse.com


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