Israeli Chamber Project

In Israeli Chamber Project’s 3rd year at BPAC, its program focuses on homages. Brahms' "C minor Piano Quartet" is a deeply personal homage to his unattainable muse, Clara Schumann. Bartok's "Contrasts" is an homage to two of the great virtuosos of the 20th century — jazz great Benny Goodman and Hungarian violinist Joseph Szigeti. Johann Anton Andrè pays homage to Mozart in his reimagining of a violin sonata for the unusual combination of string trio and clarinet. And finally, one of Israel's most important contemporary voices, Yinam Leef, pays tribute to the great violist and composer Oedeon Partos in his "Triptych."

"A band of world-class soloists that think, breathe, and play as one." — Time Out New York

"A high level of refined and exciting playing" — The New York Times

Program:

Mozart/André: "Clarinet Quartet in E-Flat Major" (arr. Violin Sonata K. 380)

Yinam Leef: "Triptych"

Bartók: "Contrasts"

Brahms: "Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 60"

 

WHEN

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm

ORGANIZATION

EVENT LOCATION

Baruch Performing Arts Center, ​Engelman Recital Hall
55 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10010

MAIN EVENT PHONE

212-352-3101

PRICING INFORMATION

$16-$36

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