Clarissa Bevilacqua and Terry Lowry will give a recital on Sunday, May 5, at 6:00 p.m. at the Carrollton Center for the Arts, as part of a mini-tour of the United States. Clarissa is the young, Italian, violin prodigy and star of the television series “Hear Us,” and Lowry is a Steinway Artist and Conductor of The Carroll Symphony Orchestra. The show has been aired over 400 times on over 300 Public Television Stations and recently won the prestigious Silver Medal at the New York Television and Film Awards. This is a very special opportunity to hear a rising star in the music world in the early stages of what will surely be an amazing career.
“Hear Us” is produced by Steve Gradick, Gradick Communications, and Lowry, who serves as the Executive Producer.
At the age of 16, Clarissa finished high school, earned her bachelor’s at the conservatory in Piacenza, and began her Master’s Degree at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Please see her bio. below. She will be in the United States performing in Carrollton, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Baltimore, and New York City.
For tickets, please call 770-838-1083, or visit www.CarrolltonArts.org.