The Hutchins Consort Performs Russian Chamber Music
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The last date listed for Reflections of Russia was Sunday November 17, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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There is a feeling that Russian composers are telling stories, not just to convey information, but to unburden themselves — to reflect on the human condition as it existed in their time. Mussorgsky’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’, Tchaikovsky’s ‘Souvenir de Florence’ and Stravinsky’s ‘Rag Time’ illustrate this idea. The Hutchins Consort Artistic Director Joe McNalley creates a program of Russian music that invites you to travel through places in time, just as the composers intended.