Boston Duo

The Boston Duo

Noted for their "exemplary artistry" (The Berkshire Eagle), the Boston Duo has been a fixture of the musical scene in Boston and the Berkshires for over 20 years. Boston Duo performance highlights in the Boston area include recitals at the Boston Conservatory, Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Westport Point Concert Series, Needham Concert Society Series, Lawrence Library Concert Series, James Library & Center for the Arts, and the Hellenic Society at Clark University. Performances in the Berkshires include the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Searles Castle in Great Barrington, the Curtisville Consortium in Interlaken and Lenox, and in 2014 and 2015 the ‘Music and More’ series in New Marlborough. A concert tour of Indiana included performances at the Matinee Musicale in Indianapolis, Auer Hall at Indiana University in Bloomington, New Harmony, and the Ruthmere Museum in Elkhart. They have also appeared in New Britain and New Preston, Connecticut.

Tatiana Dimitriades

A member of the Boston Symphony orchestra since 1987, violinist Tatiana Dimitriades is active as a soloist and chamber musician. Highlights of her solo performances include appearances at Carnegie Hall with the Senior Concert Orchestra, at the Grand Teton Festival playing the Mendelssohn Concerto, and at Weill Hall, under the sponsorship of the Associated Music Teachers of New York. She earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees and an Artist Diploma from the Indiana University School of Music, where she was awarded the Performer's Certificate in recognition of outstanding musical performance. A recipient of the Lili Boulanger Memorial Award, Ms. Dimitriades has also won the Guido Chigi Saracini Prize presented by the Academia Musicale Chigiana of Sienna, Italy, on the occasion of the Paganini Centenary, and the Mischa Pelz Prize of National Young Musicians Foundation's Debut Competition in Los Angeles. She is a member of the Boston Artists Ensemble, and a founding member of the Walden Chamber Players.

Jonathan Bass

Chair of the Piano Department at the Boston Conservatory from 2008 to 2015, and a faculty member since 1993, Jonathan Bass appears frequently throughout the United States as soloist and chamber musician. He has been featured on National Public Radio, and his first CD was praised by Gramophone Magazine. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Juilliard School and a Doctor of Music degree from the Indiana University School of Music, where he was a student of, and teaching assistant to, Menahem Pressler of the Beaux Arts Trio. He also studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Mr. Bass made his New York debut at Weill Hall as First Prize-winner of the 1993 Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition, and has performed internationally in China, Russia, Poland, Israel, Spain, and Japan. His other awards include first prize in the 1989 American Pianists Association Beethoven Fellowship Competition and first prize in the 1984 American National Chopin Competition. He is a founding member of the Walden Chamber Players.