The in-person concerts feature a piano/violin duo and two solo pianists



Niccolò Ronchi

Anastasiia Mazurok


WATER MILL, 9/21/22Salon Series, the Parrish Art Museum’s classical music program featuring world-class artists performing in an intimate, casual setting, presents a new roster of diverse music and musicians on Fridays at 6pm, including the piano/violin duo of Niccolò Ronchi and Anastasiia Mazurok on October 7; pianist Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner on October 14; and pianist Yoonie Han on October 28. The concerts will be held in the Lichtenstein Theater; tickets are $25 | $15 Members, students, and children; advance ticket purchase with pre-event registration is recommended.


October 7, Niccolò Ronchi and Anastasiia Mazurok: Music That Made Us

The series kicks off with the program Music That Made Us, featuring Ronchi and Mazurok who will perform works by César Franck, Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Claude Debussy, among others. Ronchi has won 51 first prizes at national and international piano competitions, including the International Chopin Piano Competition in Rome in 2010. That catapulted him onto the international concert stage with more than 200 solo performances at venues in Italy (Teatro la Fenice, Auditorium Parco della Musica, and Sala Verdi), Germany, France, Spain, England, the U.S., Japan, China, Russia, and Australia. His repertoire ranges from the Baroque to the late 20th century, with a particular sensitivity for music of Romantic period and 20th century Russian repertoire. A frequent collaborator with contemporary composers, he recently debuted at the Monfalcone Municipal Theatre with the opera Palinodia Terza by Riccardo Fabris. Ronchi, who earned the Diploma at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome.

Mazurok is an award-winning violinist, D’Addario artist and ambassador, GEWA official artist, and TEDx speaker. A native of Saint Petersburg, Russia, she won top prizes at The Petersburgian Spring International Competition of the Arts and Georgy Sviridov International competition. Mazurok gave her concerto debut at 13 and has performed extensively throughout Russia, the U.S., France, and Austria. As a recipient of the Emerging Artists Foundation award, she was a soloist at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Mazurok graduated with honors from the Rimsky Korsakov Musical College, received a bachelor’s degree as a Garrigues award winner from Boyer College of Music, and a master’s from The Juilliard School as the Rockefeller Foundation and Irene Diamond fellow. She has performed within the Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg and collaborated in masterclasses with musicians including Qian Zhou, Sergey Kravchenko, Takashi Shimizu, and Aaron Rosand. She performed with Anne-Sophie Mutter at Boston Symphony Hall and multi-Grammy award winner Lambert Orkis


October 14, Llewellen Sanchez-Werner: Innovators

Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner

Salon Series continues with virtuoso pianist Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner’s program Innovators, featuring Humoreske by composer/pianist Robert Schumann, Widmung by Schumann/arranged by Franz Liszt, and Liszt’s Transcendental Etude No. 4 in D Minor, “Mazeppa.” The second act opens with a piece by 21st Century composer Frederic Rzewski, followed by Barcarolle by Frederic Chopin, Hoja de Álbum by Mexican composer Carlos Chávez, and ending with selections form Igor Stravinsky’s The Firebird ballet and orchestral work arranged by Guido Agosti.

Sanchez-Werner holds multiple degrees from Juilliard and Yale, was named a Gilmore Young Artist, an honor awarded to the most promising American pianists. He has performed at the White House and Kennedy Center for Presidents Obama and Biden, and has been featured on NPR, PBS, CNN International, the Wall Street Journal, and WDR-Arte. Sanchez-Werner’s recent international performances include The Royal Concertgebouw in the Netherlands, CultureSummit Abu Dhabi, the Louvre and Grenoble Museums in France, among other prominent venues.


These events require proof of full Covid-19 vaccination. Mask-wearing is not required but recommended when not eating or drinking. Visit for more information on COVID-19 protocol.


Parrish Art Museum

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Friday Nights are made possible, in part, by Presenting Sponsor: Bank of America

Additional support provided by Weill Cornell Medicine – Southampton and The Corcoran Group

Salon Series is generously supported by Louis K. and Susan P. Meisel, Sandy and Stephen Perlbinder, The Jeannette and H. Peter Kriendler Charitable Trust, and sponsored by Yamaha Artist Services, Inc.

The Parrish Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and by the property taxpayers, from the Southampton Union Free School District and the Tuckahoe Common School District.