Chiarina Chamber Players Present: Convergence
Something borrowed, something new: Schubert's work for the arpeggione -- an instrument that enjoyed a brief vogue in the 1820s -- shines on the viola, and Ravel's incorporation of the American blues into his sonata memorializes the musical spirit of the 1920s as the Chiarina Chamber Players tackle Convergence. Dvorak borrows as well, fusing a Czech folk idiom with 19th-century Romanticism. Featuring National Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Nurit Bar-Josef, NSO Principal Violist Daniel Foster, and Chiarina Artistic Directors, cellist Carrie Bean Stute and pianist Efi Hackmey.
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