Chamber Concert with San Francisco Symphony Members: Beethoven, Schulhoff, Borodin
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The last date listed for Chamber Concert with San Francisco Symphony Members: Beethoven, Schulhoff, Borodin was Sunday May 1, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Beautiful performance, and interesting choice of pieces. The Schulhoff trio for flute/piccolo,viola and bass was unusual and pleasanty quirky, the Borodin quartet was familiar but enjoyable, and the highlight- the Beethoven Archduke trio- was just spectacular, best version I've ever heard. All the performers were wonderful. Some distraction at first, due to some late audience arrivals (and the usual cough- prone folks), but this was a minor annoyance.
Ludwig van Beethoven’s glorious Archduke Trio, a vital landmark of the piano trio literature and one of the composer’s crowning achievements, anchors this afternoon’s selection of chamber music masterworks. The program also features Erwin Schulhoff’s Concertino for Flute, Viola, and Double Bass, a delicious foray into the entrancing sound world of an uncommon trio of instruments; and Alexander Borodin’s tender love letter to his wife, the deeply felt Second String Quartet.
David Chernyavsky, violin
Raushan Akhmedyarova, violin
Nadya Tichman, violin
Nanci Severance, viola
Adam Smyla, viola
Barbara Bogatin, cello
Amos Yang, cello
Scott Pingel, bass
Catherine Payne, flute
Robin Sutherland, piano
Schulhoff: Concertino for Flute, Viola, and Double Bass
Borodin: String Quartet No. 2 in D major
Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 7 in B-flat major, Opus 97, Archduke
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