The fascinating intricacies of Ligeti’s Métamorphoses nocturnes and solo viola sonata are juxtaposed against the sunny breezes of Brahms’ String Quintet No. 2.
Meet two musical masters who were experts at infusing heartfelt emotion into classical forms, from the foreboding darkness of Mozart’s Adagio & Fugue to the cheeky playfulness of Britten’s Three Divertimenti.
Piano, organ, and brass are featured in two intensely energetic works which span the spectrum from ominous to exuberant before giving way to the joyous strains of Schubert’s String Quintet.
Explore what it means for nature and society to adapt and survive when confronted with humanity’s influence on our environment.
Connect with nature through music by Beethoven and Elgar, Joan Tower's Night Fields, and a choreographed performance of Iranian-American composer Gity Razaz's Chance Has Spoken.
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