Georgiy Borisov, Igor Cetkovic & Nicholas Jeffery
Thursday, May 6Thu, May 6 at 7:00 PM ET
Join us Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM Eastern in May for a livestream concert series featuring area musicians, broadcasting from La Luna Recording Studio in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood.
Our livestream on May 6 features a special performance from the trio of Georgiy Borisov (clarinet), Igor Cetkovic (cello), and Nicholas Jeffery (viola/violin).
Please note: this show must be watched live; there will be no replay available.
About the Musicians
Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Georgiy Borisov is an artist-in-residence and principal clarinetist in the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with orchestras, in chamber ensembles, and as a soloist all over the world. Georgiy is a First Prize winner of numerous international competitions, including the International Clarinet Association Competition, Kingsville International Competition, and concerto competitions of Manhattan School of Music and Interlochen Arts Academy.
A native of Belgrade, Serbia, cellist Igor Cetkovic enjoys a career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestra member, and educator. He has served with orchestras across Europe and the United States, including as principal cellist of the Serbian chamber orchestra, The St. George Strings. Igor is currently an artist-in-residence and principal cellist of the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, principal cello of the Saginaw Bay Symphony, assistant principal cello of the West Michigan Symphony, and the cellist for the Burdick-Thorne String Quartet.
Dr. Nicholas Jeffery has been a member of the Madison Symphony Orchestra, performed regularly with the Austin Symphony Orchestra, and served as principal viola of the Illinois Symphony. An active chamber musician, Dr. Jeffery helped found the Ursa Ensemble (Chicago), and he has appeared as a guest artist with numerous ensembles. He currently serves as assistant principal violin of the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra and is a member of the Burdick-Thorne String Quartet.
Support for this livestream was arranged through the Kalamazoo Federation of Musicians, with a grant provided by the Music Performance Trust Fund, which is funded by Recording Companies in Canada and the United States.