2023 Season Pass

2023 Season Pass



Purchase of Geneva Music Festival’s 2023 Season Pass is an easy and economical way to enjoy all 8 of this Season’s offerings.


About the Artists


ATLYS is a classically trained, crossover string quartet comprised of four women. Hailed for being incredibly passionate and interactive, they create a concert atmosphere that is nothing short of mesmerizing. Together, the four are creating an ATLYS of music, filled with melodies and tunes from all kinds of cultures and genres. Using the string quartet as their blank canvas, they veer outside of the classical music box and the traditional acoustic soundscape to develop imaginative… Read more

Anna Petrova

Praised for her “artistic, clear and enlightened” performances (BBC Magazine) of “technical brilliance and complete emotional engagement" (Fanfare Magazine), Bulgarian pianist Anna Petrova performs extensively as both soloist and chamber musician around the globe. She has been the recipient of top honors and awards at numerous competitions internationally, including the Queen Elisabeth and Jose Roca Competitions, and has appeared in recital in such revered venues as Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and… Read more

Christine Carter

Canadian Clarinetist Christine Carter has performed at venues across the globe, from Carnegie Hall to the Sydney Opera House. She is the clarinetist of the critically acclaimed Iris Trio and Dark by Five inter-arts ensemble, and regularly collaborates with Duo Concertante, with whom she has released two albums on Marquis Classics. Her performances have been praised for their “striking expression” (Bremen Wester Kurier), “seductive tone and effortless fluidity” (The Clarinet), and “golden legato” (Fanfare Magazine),… Read more

Clara Lyon

Clara Lyon is an accomplished performer and curator who forges meaningful connections across sonic languages and societal contexts to foster investigation and imagination. For the last eight seasons Lyon was a violinist and Director of Programs for the Chicago-based Spektral Quartet, during which time they were nominated for three GRAMMY awards, named 2017 ‘Chicagoans of the Year’ by the Chicago Tribune, and taught as Ensemble-in-Residence at University of Chicago’s Music Department. During these years, she… Read more

Clive Greensmith

From 1999 until its final season in 2013, Clive Greensmith was a member of the world-renowned Tokyo String Quartet, giving over one hundred performances each year in the most prestigious international venues, including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House, London’s South Bank, Paris Chatelet, Berlin Philharmonie, Vienna Musikverein, and Suntory Hall in Tokyo. He has collaborated with international artists such as Andras Schiff, Pinchas Zukerman, Leon Fleisher, Lynn Harrell, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Alicia de Larrocha,… Read more

Eliot Heaton

Violinist Eliot Heaton is the current Concertmaster of the Michigan Opera Theatre, Des Moines Metro Opera, and the Saginaw Bay Symphony. He previously served as Concertmaster of the Terre Haute Symphony and Oberlin Symphony orchestras, and has played as guest Concertmaster with the Kalamazoo Symphony, Lansing Symphony, Fort Wayne Philharmonic, and the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic. He was a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony violin section in the ‘22-’23 season and also plays as an extra… Read more

Eric Wong

Celebrated for a “tone like toasted caramel. Amazing.” (Musical Toronto), Eric Wong is the violist of the Cavani String Quartet. He was also a member of the JUNO-nominated Afiara Quartet and the Linden String Quartet, first prize winners of the Fischoff, Coleman, and Concert Artist Guild competitions. In addition to his work as a performer, Mr. Wong is an accomplished educator and has been artist-in-residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Royal Conservatory of… Read more

Esther Park

Pianist Esther Park has performed as a soloist with orchestras and in recitals across the United States as well as Asia and major European cities. Ms. Park has appeared as soloist with many orchestras such as Houston Symphony, Corpus Christi Symphony, Filharmonia Pomorska, Poland, Shanghai Philharmonic, China, the American Academy of Conducting Orchestra at Aspen, Shreveport Symphony, the Juilliard Symphony, and the New Jersey Symphony. Ms. Park gave a five-city recital tour in Korea, and… Read more

Ettore Causa

Awarded both the “P. Schidlof Prize” and the “J. Barbirolli Prize” for “the most beautiful sound” at the prestigious Lionel Tertis International Viola competition in England in 2000, Italian-born violist Ettore Causa is praised for his exceptional artistry, passionate intelligence and complete musicianship.  He has made solo and recital appearances in major venues around the world, such as Carnegie Hall, Zurich Tonhalle, Madrid National Auditorium, Salle Cortot, Tokyo Symphony Hall, Teatro Colon, etc., and has performed… Read more

Genevieve Tabby

Philadelphia native Genevieve Tabby, first picked up the cello after being inspired by her twin sister’s violin lessons at the age of eight and to this day, continues to perform alongside her professionally.  Ms. Tabby completed her undergraduate degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music, attaining a full certification in the Suzuki Pedagogy cello program. She was accepted into the prestigious studio of world-renowned pedagogue, Hans Jensen, for her Master’s degree at Northwestern University. During… Read more

Geoffrey Herd

Violinist Geoffrey Herd leads a varied and impactful career as a soloist and chamber musician, artistic director, and pedagogue. He has performed throughout the United States, Latin America, and Asia at venues including the Isabel Stewart Gardner Museum of Art in Boston and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, and universities and conservatories globally. An avid chamber musician, Dr. Herd has collaborated with prominent musicians including Ettore Causa, Jinjoo Cho, James Dunham, Clive Greensmith, Ani Kavafian,… Read more

Grace Park

Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle as being “fresh, different and exhilarating,” and Strings Magazine as “intensely wrought and burnished,” violinist Grace Park captivates audiences with her artistry, passion and virtuosity. Winner of the 2018 Naumburg International Violin Competition, she showcases her artistry as a dynamic soloist and dedicated chamber musician. Ms. Park has appeared as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Canada at venues such as Walt Disney Hall,… Read more

Hannah Collins

Winner of De Linkprijs for contemporary interpretation, cellist Hannah Collins is a  dynamic performer devoted to building community through musical expression. Resonance  Lines, her solo debut album on the Sono Luminus label, is an “adventurous, impressive  collection of contemporary solo cello music,” negotiated “with panache” (The Strad), pairing  music by Benjamin Britten and Kaija Saariaho with commissioned works by Caroline Shaw and  Thomas Kotcheff. Over the past decade, New Morse Code, her “remarkably inventive and … Read more

Henry Kramer

Praised by The Cleveland Classical Review for his “astonishingly confident technique” and The New York Times for “thrilling [and] triumphant” performances, pianist Henry Kramer is developing a reputation as a musician of rare sensitivity who combines stylish programming with insightful and exuberant interpretations. In 2016, he garnered international recognition with a Second Prize win in the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels. Most recently, he was awarded a 2019 Avery Fisher Career Grant by Lincoln Center… Read more

Iris Trio

Praised for their “beauty of sound and striking expression” (Bremen Weser Kurier), the Iris Trio(clarinetist Christine Carter, violist Zoë Martin-Doike, and pianist Anna Petrova) is known for their imaginative programming and powerhouse performances. Their 2013 debut at the German Consulate in New York City was met by a sold-out audience and followed by an immediate invitation to the prestigious Mozartfest in Würzburg, Germany. The Trio subsequently gave the world premiere of Christof Weiß’s Conversation Among… Read more

Jason Clayborn Band

Jason Clayborn is the oldest of six born to Jocelyn Clayborn in Louisville, Kentucky. Clayborn’s gospel music roots run deep, He is the grandson to Wilma Clayborn who was the first female gospel music disc jockey for the local gospel radio station. She also owned one of the only gospel music record stores in the state. At an early age, Clayborn began singing and playing drums in the local church and in the National Convention… Read more

Jinty McTavish

As remarkably passionate and proficient as she is professional, violinist Jinty McTavish has spent her entire lifetime dedicated to moving the hearts and minds of people all over the world through her music. From her roots in studying under the tutelage of legendary pedagogues like Mauricio Fuks and Almita Vamos, to performing thousands of shows throughout the World, to being a renowned & sought-out session musician, and eventually becoming a teacher herself – Jinty has… Read more

Max Geissler

Praised for his “superb artistry and beautiful sound”, cellist Max Geissler currently serves as the cellist and Co-Artistic Director of the mixed instrumentation new music ensemble Latitude 49 and is a highly sought-after chamber collaborator and educator. Before his Doctoral studies at Rice working with Desmond Hoebig, he earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan working with Richard Aaron. Passionately expanding the breadth and scope of the standard repertoire, Max has participated in… Read more

Rita Andrade

Rita Andrade has made a home in Los Angeles playing viola for film, tv and orchestral recording sessions. Alongside studies in viola performance, Rita was a grassroots member of the chamber pop band Mother Falcon which later inspired her in the formation of ATLYS string quartet. Together the quartet has performed with Yo-Yo Ma and the Civic Orchestra, sailed the seas representing Lincoln Center of NYC, shared the stage with Oprah and released an acoustic… Read more

Sabrina Tabby

Violinist Sabrina Tabby, originally from Philadelphia, discovered her passion for collaborative music at a young age, playing violin-cello and piano duets daily with her twin sister. The two made their joint Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 15, featured on National Public Radio’s “From the Top” radio and PBS television series. From there, Sabrina went on to perform across four continents as concertmaster, soloist, recitalist, and within various baroque and contemporary music ensembles. Her… Read more

Tanner Menees

Born in Orange, CA in 1993, Violist Tanner Menees is forging an enviable career as a chamber musician. Mr. Menees has collaborated in chamber music performances with a range of notable artists including Miriam Fried, Lynn Harrell, Frans Helmerson, Gary Hoffman, Kim Kashkashian, Laurence Lesser, Danny Phillips, Marcy Rosen, Mitsuko Uchida, and Donald Weilerstein. Tanner Menees has performed internationally at festivals such as the Marlboro Music Festival, Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute, Caramoor Evnin Rising Stars,… Read more

Zoë Martin-Doike

Violinist/violist Zoë Martin-Doike is an exciting and versatile artist who engages in a wide variety of musical activities. A passionate chamber musician, Zoë is a member of the critically acclaimed Iris Trio, which has toured extensively in Canada, and will tour Germany this spring. Previously, she was a founding member of the Aizuri Quartet which garnered top prizes at the Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition and held residencies at the Curtis Institute of Music… Read more

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