LANCASTER: LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin
Nov
18
7:00 PM19:00

LANCASTER: LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin

Comprised of works by Corigliano, Caplet, Crumb, and Saint-Saëns, this program will delve deep into the world of fantasy and story-telling. We will begin with Corigliano’s Red Violin Caprices – taken from the soundtrack of Hollywood’s famed film “The Red Violin.” We will then travel through the American and French folk and fantasy worlds of Crumb’s Solo Cello Sonata and Saint-Saëns’ “Fantasie,” and finally delve into Edgar Allen Poe’s dark and terrifying literary world of the “Mask of the Red Death.”

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NYC: LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin
Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

NYC: LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin

Comprised of works by Corigliano, Caplet, Crumb, and Saint-Saëns, this program will delve deep into the world of fantasy and story-telling. We will begin with Corigliano’s Red Violin Caprices – taken from the soundtrack of Hollywood’s famed film “The Red Violin.” We will then travel through the American and French folk and fantasy worlds of Crumb’s Solo Cello Sonata and Saint-Saëns’ “Fantasie,” and finally delve into Edgar Allen Poe’s dark and terrifying literary world of the “Mask of the Red Death.”

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LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin
Nov
22
7:00 PM19:00

LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: The Red Violin

Comprised of works by Corigliano, Caplet, Crumb, and Saint-Saëns, this program will delve deep into the world of fantasy and story-telling. We will begin with Corigliano’s Red Violin Caprices – taken from the soundtrack of Hollywood’s famed film “The Red Violin.” We will then travel through the American and French folk and fantasy worlds of Crumb’s Solo Cello Sonata and Saint-Saëns’ “Fantasie,” and finally delve into Edgar Allen Poe’s dark and terrifying literary world of the “Mask of the Red Death.”

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LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Paradise Lost
Feb
14
7:00 PM19:00

LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Paradise Lost

  • Guilford First Congregational Church (map)
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Curated specifically for Valentine’s Day, this program consists entirely of works which tell various stories of “love gone wrong” – from the musical portrayal of Tolstoy’s literary masterpiece, the “Kreutzer Sonata,” to the setting of Matthew Arnold’s “Dover Beach” to music, to Schubert’s monumental and transcendental masterwork: String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, “Death and the Maiden.”

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LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Fiddlin' Blues
May
15
7:00 PM19:00

LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Fiddlin' Blues

A program which celebrates fiddle and folk traditions through the centuries, this concert will work its way backward in time. We will begin the evening with works by American contemporary violinist and folk composer, Ben Russel, then travel down South with a solo fiddle rendition of “The Devil Goes Down to Georgia.” We will then jump back again to a string quartet transcription of Pink Floyd’s “Any Color You Like,” and finally dance our way to the end of the concert with Beethoven’s rambunctious and forward-looking “Compliment Quartet” - String Quartet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 18 No. 2.

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CARNEGIE HALL DEBUT: Carr-Petrova Duo & The Novel Voices Refugee Aid Project
Oct
28
8:00 PM20:00

CARNEGIE HALL DEBUT: Carr-Petrova Duo & The Novel Voices Refugee Aid Project

Project: Music Heals Us, in collaboration with Pro Musicis, presents the Carr-Petrova Duo in their Carnegie Hall debut, in celebration of the culmination of the Novel Voices Refugee Aid Project. The program features works by Weinberg, Khachaturian and Liebermann, as well as the world premiere of Fernando Arroyo Lascurain's Novel Voices —a work inspired by the people, stories, cultures, and music the duo encountered during their year of travels into refugee camps.

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LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Of Hearth and Home
Oct
18
7:00 PM19:00

LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE: Of Hearth and Home

  • Guilford First Congregational Church (map)
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This program will journey through three different cultures and worlds of musical traditions: Kodaly, capturing his Hungarian homeland’s folk traditions with rustic jubilance; Weinberg struggling to find his voice under a Soviet regime, whilst conjuring memories of his native Polish/Jewish klezmer roots; and Turina, proudly celebrating his native Spanish traditions with flare and aplomb.

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Pizza Soiree
Aug
11
6:00 PM18:00

Pizza Soiree

Project: Music Heals Us & The Dudley Farm Museum partner to present an evening of gourmet pizza, award-winning brews, and chamber music in a barn! Grab your picnic blankets and lawn chairs and come enjoy the inaugural Pizza Soiree!

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