Mozart and Schubert: Two Masterpieces From Da Camera
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All offers for Twenty-Something: Mozart and Schubert have expired.
The last date listed for Twenty-Something: Mozart and Schubert was Friday September 27, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Wortham Theater Center - Cullen Theater:
- Full Price:
- $23.00 - $48.00
- Our Price:
- $10.00 - $20.00
The Mark Morris Dance Group is one of the world's leading dance companies, and this is your chance to see them perform live. They'll be presenting a repertory program in the style they've become celebrated for, seamlessly pairing dance with music. The company will perform three dances: A Wooden Tree, set to recordings by Ivor Cutler, The Argument, set to music by Robert Schumann, and Festival Dance, set to Piano Trio No. 5 in E Major by Hummel. The New Yorker called Mark Morris "one of the greatest living choreographers." Inspired dancers and engaging choreography make this company a must-see for the season. Learn More
Richie Hawley, clarinet; Benjamin Kamins, bassoon; David Jolley, horn; Laurie Smukler, violin; Maureen Nelson, violin; James Dunham, viola; Darrett Adkins, cello; Timothy Pitts, double bass; Sarah Rothenberg, piano
About the Ticket Supplier: Da Camera of Houston
Da Camera of Houston, founded in 1987, was created with the intention to produce a series of thematically programmed concerts designed to attract new listeners to the concert hall. By bringing together leading American and international musicians, specifically selected for each program, Da Camera concerts offer a broad range of repertoire and musical styles while ensuring a product of outstanding musical excellence. Members of the Houston Symphony and faculty of Rice University's Shepherd School of Music, University of Houston's Moores School and others are often included in Da Camera programs, expanding the opportunities for locally based musicians of national acclaim and enriching our community by enhancing the musical life of artists who choose to live here.