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Break from Normalcy – the “Trout” Piano Quintet

Break from Normalcy – the “Trout” Piano Quintet
Date/Time:
Sat. Sep 29, 2018 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location:
Monteabaro Recital Hall
Details:

Kuei-I Wu, Piano | Yoon Young Bae, Violin | Rebecca Henry, Viola | 

Yoon Nah Cho, Cello | Jonathan Jensen, Double Bass

Taking a break from the traditional norm, Schubert’s “Trout” Piano Quintet uses double bass in its instrumentation to create a different sonority. Schubert’s use of his own Lieder in this piece brings an enchanting lyricism to the composition. In addition to “Trout”, two duets by Beethoven and Martinů featuring unusual routes on instrumentation will round out an evening of refreshing aural experience

Ticket Information: 

Advanced Ticket Prices (valid up to September 22, 2018)*

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors & Military: $10.00
  • Students with ID: $5.00
  • Group (6 or more tickets); $12.00

Regular Ticket Prices (valid from September 23-29, 2018)

  • Adults: $18.00
  • Seniors & Military: $12.00
  • Students with ID: $7.00
  • Group (6 or more tickets); $12.00

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