Chicago Chamber Musicians: From Baroque to Modern
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Israeli world music group The Idan Raichel Project has changed the face of popular music in its native country. This colorful blend of world cultures is a vibrant example of what modern Israeli society has become, and as a result, is wildly popular there. An enchanting blend of African, Latin American, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern sounds, The Idan Raichel project is the result of Raichel's experiences with the many immigrant cultures that live within Israel. It's a fascinating glimpse into a new, multi-ethnic Israel and the music world has responded. The Idan Raichel Project has exploded into popularity in Israel and their first record has created buzz worldwide, attracting praise from the music industry's movers and shakers. Learn More
Biber Sonata à 3 for two violins, trombone, and continuo in D mino
Speer Sonata e Gigue for two violins, trombone, and continuo
Bertali Sonata à 3 for two violins, trombone, and continuo
Fuchs Clarinet Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 102
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66
Larry Combs, clarinet, _Michael Mulcahy, _trombone, Joseph Genualdi, _*violin, and *Meng-Chieh Liu, *piano
Guest artists Rose Armbrust-Griffin, viola, Jason Moy, harpsichord, Mathias Tacke, violin*_, and _Peter Stumpf, *cello
Programs and artists are subject to change._