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.
The freedom of the north wind sweeps through the hall, bringing with it music celebrating the beauty and wonder of life.
Join us as the Fremont Street Quartet performs Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 2. We then conclude with Steve Reich’s Different Trains— a piece that asks a simple yet provocative question: If you weren’t born where you were, where would your journey have led?
Join us on four journeys— from love through the pain of loss… from a single note to a florid melody… from the music of our age back in time to the music of Bach.
We conclude with a piece that asks a simple yet provocative question: if you weren’t born where you were, where would your journey have led?
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1,000 years of musical mavericks, including medieval mystic Hildegard von Bingen, Beethoven, Debussy, Philip Glass, and Florence Price, the first African-American woman to have her music performed by a major symphony orchestra.
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