Vienna Piano Trio Plays Mozart and Schubert at Doheny Mansion
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The last date listed for Vienna Piano Trio was Saturday February 12, 2011 / 8:00pm (Pre-Concert Talk at 7:40pm).
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fantastic event! the doheny mansion was an amazing venue for this show - everbody sat within 20-30ft of the performers in a stunning environment, and the vienna trio was not to be missed! the show was even followed by some vienna-themed edibles and a wine reception with the artists. while i was frankly dreading the pre-show talk, it was short and sweet and added a great angle to the performance. a great deal for the goldstar price!
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“Liquidity, marvelous shaping and sexy classicism” —The Strad
A pre-concert tallk begins 20 minutes before the concert. A post-concert reception with the artists follows.
Join Chamber Music in Historic Sites and the Vienna Piano Trio for an elegant program of Viennese masterworks by Mozart (Piano Trio in K, K. 542) and Schubert (the beloved Trio in B-flat, Op. 99, D. 898) along with Schumann (Trio in g, Op. 110). An ideal Valentine weekend treat under the rosy glow of the Pompeian Room’s Tiffany glass dome.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College
“As the name suggests, the Chamber Music in Historic Sites series ushers music into architectural spaces in relationships that can surprise, delight and perplex. Rarely, though, have sound and site been more ideally matched…” (L.A. Times)