New Impressionists and Old Masters Presented by New World Symphony

Sun Dec 17 2017

2:00 PM

New World Center

500 17th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139

$5.00

All Ages

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Alexander Kerr, Concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony, joins the Fellows for an afternoon of musical storms. Father of the Symphony Joseph Haydn instills humor throughout his brooding 80th Symphony, especially in the boisterous, drunken finale. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart saved the key of G minor for his most intense works, including this popular Quartet whose virtuosic parts were at first deemed too demanding. Paul Chihara creates a musical arbor with Willow, Willow, a soliloquy for amplified bass flute that floats over a tapestry of percussion. This unique work later employs a tuba to haunt “like the ghost of Hamlet’s father.” Finnish contemporary icon Einojuhani Rautavaara invites the winds to a playful romp in his Octet.

Alexander Kerr, violin

Program

Rautavaara : Wind Octet

Mozart : Piano Quartet No. 1

Chihara : Willow, Willow

Haydn : Symphony No. 80

 

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New Impressionists and Old Masters Presented by New World Symphony

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Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22

New Impressionists and Old Masters Presented by New World Symphony

Sun Dec 17 2017 2:00 PM

New World Center Miami Beach FL
New Impressionists and Old Masters Presented by New World Symphony
  • Culture Shock Miami ticket sales have ended for this event. You may contact the venue for availability of regular-priced tickets.

$5.00 All Ages

Alexander Kerr, Concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony, joins the Fellows for an afternoon of musical storms. Father of the Symphony Joseph Haydn instills humor throughout his brooding 80th Symphony, especially in the boisterous, drunken finale. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart saved the key of G minor for his most intense works, including this popular Quartet whose virtuosic parts were at first deemed too demanding. Paul Chihara creates a musical arbor with Willow, Willow, a soliloquy for amplified bass flute that floats over a tapestry of percussion. This unique work later employs a tuba to haunt “like the ghost of Hamlet’s father.” Finnish contemporary icon Einojuhani Rautavaara invites the winds to a playful romp in his Octet.

Alexander Kerr, violin

Program

Rautavaara : Wind Octet

Mozart : Piano Quartet No. 1

Chihara : Willow, Willow

Haydn : Symphony No. 80

 

New Impressionists and Old Masters

New Impressionists and Old Masters

Music