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Facets of Brahms: Brahms and the Schumanns

06/12/18 | 7:30 PM

Kaufman Music Center

129 W. 67th St. Map

212-501-3330

$40


12-06-2018 12:00:00 12-06-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York Facets of Brahms: Brahms and the Schumanns | 7:30 PM Two works by Brahms and two by Clara and Robert Schumann compete for affection in this intimate program recalling the complex emotional entanglements of the composers. On the bill is Brahms' "Scherzo" from the Sonatensatz in C Minor—a collaborative creation that also includes contributions by Robert Schumann and Albert Hermann Dietrich; Robert Schumann's pathos-filled Piano Trio No.1; Clara Schumann's late Romances for Violin, imbued with invention and charm; and Brahms' Horn Trio, Op. 40, based on a theme dating from the year of his first encounter with the Schumanns. Pre-concert discussion, led by husband and wife Thomas and Deborah Cabaniss, will explore the composers' psychologically-charged relationship. ARTISTS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble Pedja Muzijevic, Piano PROGRAM BRAHMS - "Scherzo" from Sonatensatz in C Minor ROBERT SCHUMANN - Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 63 CLARA SCHUMANN - Romances for Violin, Op. 22 BRAHMS - Horn Trio, Op. 40 Orchestra of St. Luke's grew out of a versatile chamber ensemble that began performing concerts in 1974 at the Church of St. Luke in the Fields in Greenwich Village. Today, Orchestra of St. Luke's performs approximately 80 concerts each year at venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, while keeping the intimacy of chamber music at the heart of its diverse musical programs. OSL owns and operates The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, which provides rehearsal, recording, and performance space for more than 30,000 musicians annually; hosts free concerts and events for over 10,000 New York City students and families; and provides after-school instrumental instruction for the 125+ members of Youth Orchestra of St. Luke's. Student tickets are available for this performance. Please call the Box Office at 212 501 3330 or visit in person for more information. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=263303 Kaufman Music Center Kaufman Music Center

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Two works by Brahms and two by Clara and Robert Schumann compete for affection in this intimate program recalling the complex emotional entanglements of the composers. On the bill is Brahms' "Scherzo" from the Sonatensatz in C Minor—a collaborative creation that also includes contributions by Robert Schumann and Albert Hermann Dietrich; Robert Schumann's pathos-filled Piano Trio No.1; Clara Schumann's late Romances for Violin, imbued with invention and charm; and Brahms' Horn Trio, Op. 40, based on a theme dating from the year of his first encounter with the Schumanns.

Pre-concert discussion, led by husband and wife Thomas and Deborah Cabaniss, will explore the composers' psychologically-charged relationship.

ARTISTS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble Pedja Muzijevic, Piano

PROGRAM BRAHMS - "Scherzo" from Sonatensatz in C Minor ROBERT SCHUMANN - Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 63 CLARA SCHUMANN - Romances for Violin, Op. 22 BRAHMS - Horn Trio, Op. 40

Orchestra of St. Luke's grew out of a versatile chamber ensemble that began performing concerts in 1974 at the Church of St. Luke in the Fields in Greenwich Village. Today, Orchestra of St. Luke's performs approximately 80 concerts each year at venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, while keeping the intimacy of chamber music at the heart of its diverse musical programs. OSL owns and operates The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, which provides rehearsal, recording, and performance space for more than 30,000 musicians annually; hosts free concerts and events for over 10,000 New York City students and families; and provides after-school instrumental instruction for the 125+ members of Youth Orchestra of St. Luke's.

Student tickets are available for this performance. Please call the Box Office at 212 501 3330 or visit in person for more information.

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