Chicago Sinfonietta: Passion. Tragedy. Love. With the Harlem Quartet
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Mei-Ann Chen, conductor
Bill Kurtis, narrator
Harlem Quartet: Ilmar Gavilan and Melissa White, violins; Juan-Miguel Hernandez, viola; Paul Wiancko, cello
Young, tragic love. Is there any other kind? Music must have been invented to give voice to this most basic of all human experiences. And if not music, then surely dance. Listen for the melodic strains of young lovers’ voices, for the rhythm of their dance steps, and for the yearning for that most special someone. We have all felt this. Every concert tells a story, and this season finale is no exception.
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