Brooklyn Rider Quartet at the Irvine Barclay Theatre
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Although a flute, harp and viola combination may seem odd at first, no other trio proves as enchanting or evocative -- a discovery made by Claude Debussy who wrote one of his best pieces for just such a grouping. Combining the dreaminess of the harp with the emotional precision of the viola and the high notes of the flute, the Myriad Trio has a range of feeling few other ensembles of any size can match. Formed by principal players of the San Diego and Dallas Symphonies, the trio plays traditional pieces as well as world premieres they commission themselves, such as David Bruce's The Eye of Night. During their concert at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, they will play Bruce's piece in addition to stirring works by Respighi, Natra, Bach and Debussy. Learn More
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Featured review from Ant G.
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First, excellent job by Goldstar in pre purchasing such excellent seats. We sat 2nd row dead center. Our concern for being tardy was not an issue due to those incredible seats. The show was spectacular. Each player was superb individually and collectively as a whole. The choice of music was stunning and the performance top notch.
We would highly recommend this quartet and concert hall. Only down side was the concert hall was not easy to find as the parking garage is tucked away off the main street. leave plenty of time to walk as it is a good ten minutes form the garage. Tickets were 415 ea, plus $6 service fee on each and parking was $8.
Jacobsen: Achilles Heel
Glass: String Quartet No. 4, “Buczak”
Sollima: Frederico II from Viaggio in Italia
Umezaki: (Cycles) “What falls must rise”
Debussy: String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10
Making its Orange County debut performance, Brooklyn Rider Quartet brings its illuminating style to the Irvine Barclay stage. Willing to take audiences on a musical passage, Brooklyn Rider explores the depths of chamber music, from classics such as those of Haydn to contemporary pieces.