Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Featuring the works of four of the most important
European composers of the Late-Romantic Period

From the website

On September 12-13, 2011, the Brightmusic Chamber Music Ensemble will present two performances of its first concert of the 2011-12 Season.  Each will feature the works of four of the most important European composers of the Late-Romantic Movement.

The works on the program are: Quartet for Piano and Strings in A Minor by the Czech-Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (who lived and worked in Vienna and New York City, where he conducted the New York Philharmonic); Adagio from the Chamber Concerto by the Austrian composer Alban Berg;  Trio in A Minor, op. 40 by the Ukrainian-born, Austrian composer Carl Frühling; and Piano Quintet No. 1 in C Minor, op. 1 by the Hungarian composer Ernst von Dohnányi.

Brightmusic musicians appearing are: Gregory Lee (violin), Katrin Stamatis (violin), Royce McLarry (viola), Tomasz Zieba (cello), Chad Burrow (clarinet) and Amy I-Lin Cheng (piano).

The performances will take place: on Monday, September 12th at in the St. Edward’s Chapel on the campus of Casady School, 9500 N. Pennsylvania Avenue at Britton Road (use the Britton Road
entrance) and on Tuesday, September 13th at at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, 127 NW 7th Street at Robinson. 

Admission, new this year, is $10 per adult; and students are free of charge.  Season Memberships for the 2011-12 season are available through our website,

A reception with the musicians will follow each performance. 

This concert is made possible by season grants from Chesapeake Energy Corporation, the Oklahoma Arts Council and Ad Astra Foundation, and a grant for this concert from the Kirkpatrick Family Fund.   
 From the press release and website

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