Stani Dimitrova to perform Sonata for Violin March 5

Stanichka Dim­itrova, violin

On March 5, Stani Dim­itrova will per­form my Sonata for Vio­lin and Piano at the SUNY Stony Brook Staller Cen­ter Recital Hall. This is an after­noon con­cert, start­ing at 3pm; admis­sion is free.

Get­ting to Stony Brook
By Car
From New York City, take the Long Island Express­way (LIE, I-495) east­bound from the Queens Mid­town Tun­nel in Man­hat­tan or the Throgs Neck Bridge or White­stone Bridge in Queens to exit 62, and fol­low Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for 9 miles.

By Train
Take the Long Island Railroad’s Port Jef­fer­son line from Penn Sta­tion in Man­hat­tan to Stony Brook. The LIRR sta­tion is at the north end of the cam­pus; bus ser­vice to the cen­tral cam­pus is pro­vided. Trains to and from Penn gen­er­ally require trans­fers at Jamaica or Hunt­ing­ton. Hicksville is also a trans­fer point on some lines.

Take Nicolls Road north to the sec­ond entrance on your left, the Main Entrance. Go straight through the light and hook a quick left into the park­ing garage — the clos­est park­ing to the Staller Cen­ter. Com­ing out of the garage, you will pass the admin­is­tra­tion build­ing on your left, and the next build­ing ahead of you is the Music Build­ing. Pass under the breeze­way and ahead you will see the entrance to the Staller Cen­ter lobby.

About Richard D. Russell

This was written by Richard D. Russell, New York City based composer of fine music.