Lenas bilder

Mostly Mozart at St. John´s Evangelical Protestant Church, Columbus, OH.

A yearly event for me in January since 1987

Starting in 1987, I have  played 13 of Mozart´s  Piano Concertos

(No. 14 - No. 15 and  No. 17- No. 27, some several times) 

TRIUNE CONCERT SERIES is the Oldest Church Conserts Series of Columbus, OH.

This is the Triune Concert Orchestra of 2009.

From the left in the front row

Nancy Nehringer, viola; Mark Rudoff, cello; Amedee R. Moore, soprano; Stephanie Tobin, oboe;

 Karen Pfeier, oboe; May Schwarz, director; Second row - Kia-Hui Tan, consertmaster;

 Kyung Ha Lee, assistant concertmaster; Laura Simna, violin; Mako  McEldowney, violin;

Juan Carlos Ortega, violin; Charles Waddell, horn; Bobbie Zajkowski, horn

Third row - (hiden behind Kyung Ha Lee) Garry Wasserman, bass; Per Enflo, piano

Rehearsal in Church

September 2011

with  Moshe Amitay, Professor of Cello.

We had a long collaboration starting in 1989, through the 1990's and until 2001. We gave many duo recitals and our programs included much of the classical cello-piano repertoire as well as music composed specially for him.

New Amici Trio playing Mendelssohn Trio in D minor

A more unsual event  took place in 2010

when Ronnie Wood (from The Rolling Stones)was to have his first Art Exibition in the US at The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown. 

The New Amici Trio - Hristo Popov, violin, Michael Gelfand, cello and me, piano - was asked to play at the Opening Night September 21, 2010

2011, Triune Concert Orchestra, Violin Hristo Popov, 

consertmaster; Piano Per Enflo; Director May Schwartz  

The Trio and Ronnie Wood, musican - singer, guitarist and songwriter - and artist , he has been painting and drawing since age 12, even longer than he has been playing guitar

With my Grandchildren

With my Wife Lena

Niklas

Marcus

Linn and Sara

Olle

Kalle

Erik

Family

 My Daughters:  Karin, Kristel, Anna, Laura, Kristina and Charlotta                      Photo: Eva Enflo

1959, Chamber Music with Hans and Per at home in Malmö

Some 40 years later; 1996 at Hans' home in Täby, Sweden