The Eos Ensemble with Kevin Rivard, French Horn: Brahms, Ligeti, Bartok
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The last date listed for The Eos Ensemble was Monday February 7, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Whether you're in the mood for Bach or Björk, you call the shots at the Shuffle Concert. In this exciting musical celebration that The New York Times calls "a game of musical Choose Your Own Adventure," a classically trained ensemble lets the audience decide which pieces will be performed, and in what order. From baroque to classical, romantic to jazz, pop to Broadway, Shuffle offers an exciting array of great music for nearly every musical taste. The ensemble's members are exceptionally accomplished chamber musicians, graduates of such schools as Juilliard, the New England Conservatory, Oberlin and Bard College, who maintain a rich and extensive menu of over 40 musical works in 14 different styles. The result is a thrilling -- and totally unique -- performance, every single night. Learn More
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“Each musician offered a technique that was fluid and masterful.” —Pacifica Tribune
Learn more at the Eos Ensemble website.
_Craig Reiss, violin
Gwendolyn Mok, piano
Kevin Rivard, horn
_The Eos Ensemble presents concerts of wide ranging musical styles and instrumental combinations. This concert will highlight Kevin Rivard, the brilliant Principal Horn at the SF Opera and Ballet, performing two of the most important chamber music works for the French Horn: the Horn Trios of Brahms and Ligeti. Also included, Bela Bartok’s Rumanian Dances for Violin and Piano.
About the Ticket Supplier: Music at MeyerMusic at Meyer is now established as one of the premier concert series in the Bay Area. It is a chance to start the week off right with beautiful music in a perfect setting - the Martin Meyer Sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El.
Music at Meyer showcases the most talented, visionary musicians across genres in the intimate, acoustically superb setting of Congregation Emanu-El's 375-seat Martin Meyer Auditorium.