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In collaboration with the Peabody Institute through the generous support of Dr. Shirley S.L. Yang
Please join us for a performance by Peabody students who will be playing Brahms Clarinet Quintet No.2 along with a piano duo.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 11
12:00 - 1:00 PM
WHERE: Weinberg Ceremonial Lobby
Program: Music of the Romantic
The “Romantic Era,” from about 1815-1910 does not refer to the expression and expansion of musical ideas established in earlier periods, such as the classical period, nor does it necessarily refer to romantic love, though that theme was prevalent in many works composed during this time period. More appropriately, romanticism describes the expansion of formal structures within a composition, making the pieces more passionate and expressive. This program will highlight music from great composers of this era such as Johannes Brahms and Frédéric Chopin, as well as composers who’s work foreshadowed the Romantic, such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Sara Gabalawi- Cello
Bill Neri- Viola
Dian Zhang- Violin I
Maggie Dixon- Violin II
Yuri Kim- Clarinet
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115 (1891) Johannes Brahms
I. Andantino and Presto non assai, ma con sentimento
II. Con moto
Under the Moon
Kathryn Ledwell- piano
Patrick Merrill- piano
Chopin Ballade 3 in Ab Major, Op. 38
Chopin Ballade 4 in F minor, Op. 52
Sonata for Piano 4 Hands, K. 358 by Mozart
III. Molto presto
A question and answer session will follow the performance
The Art of Healing Performing Art Series is an ongoing program of The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, made possible with generous support from the Emmert Hobbs Foundation, Inc.