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Sunday, August 1, 2021 • 3:00 PM

The Artist as Muse

Prelude Lecture by Eric Bromberger · 2 PM

Part of

The Baker-Baum Concert Hall

Throughout history, the muse has played an important role as a source of creative inspiration. The muses that inspired the composers on this program were, themselves, some of the most celebrated artists of their time— virtuosos of the violin, cello and clarinet, as well as one of the most celebrated ballet companies in history.

DEBUSSY
String Quartet 

BRITTEN
Cello Sonata

STRAVINSKY          
Three movements from Petrushka

MOZART
Clarinet Quintet

Featured Artists

Inon Barnatan

piano

Calidore Quartet

ensemble

Jun Iwasaki

violin

Tessa Lark

violin

Anthony McGill

clarinet

Roman Rabinovich

piano

Jonathan Vinocour

viola

Alisa Weilerstein

cello

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