The Library will present a spring concert on Saturday, May 10 at 7 pm featuring clarinetist Mark Crociati and pianist Anne Franciose Perrault. The program will include American composers, such as Leonard Bernstein, Percy Granger, Scott Joplin, as well as Latin American composer Piazzolla, and English composer Finney.
Tickets are $15. Please call 508-548-4709 to reserve or purchase in advance at the Library.
A Yale University graduate, Mark is principal clarinet of the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra where he has received high praise in published critical reviews. He was also a finalist in the prestigious William W. Naumburg Competition in New York City. Mark has performed with many organizations including the New York Woodwind Quintet, the New England Philharmonic, on tour in Europe with the Yale Philharmonia and with many other music organizations. He is currently on the faculty of the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Arts.
Anne’s versatile performance career as a soloist and collaborative pianist has taken place in numerous venues such as Jordan Hall, Tsai Center, Boston University, Tufts University, Gardner Museum, Longy School of Music and Trapp Family Lodge. She has performed concertos as soloist with the New England Philharmonic, New England Conservatory Orchestra, Vermont Philharmonic, and Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, among others. Currently, she performs, presents master classes, and adjudicates competitions, in addition to offering private instruction at her home in Cummaquid.