Antonin Dvořák (b Nelahozeves, near Kralupy, September 8, 1841; d Prague, May 1, 1904) 1. Moderato quasi marcia 2. Menuetto 3. Andante con moto 4. Allegro molto We have Johannes Brahms to thank for essentially launching Dvorák’s career. In 1878, Brahms was a judge...Find out more »
Mozart Serenade in B-flat major, K. 361 (“Gran Partita”) Wolfgang Mozart struggled to free himself from his father’s shadow. If Leopold Mozart was around today, we might call him a “pageant dad,” keeping a busy, lucrative schedule for his son...Find out more »
Antonín Dvorák (1841-1904) Piano Quartet no. in D major, Op23 Allegro moderato Andantino (Tema con variazioni) Finale. Allegretto scherzando Dvořák composed his first piano quartet in 1875, the same year that Brahms composed his third and final work for the...Find out more »
BRING A PACKED LUNCH. BRING YOUR INSTRUMENT(S). A visit to the renowned collection of baroque and classical bassoons, curated by the late William Waterhouse. At the invitation of Elisabeth Waterhouse. The visit is free, we would just like to have...Find out more »
Jacqui Johnson cello Dominic Piers Smith piano Frederic Chopin (1810-49) Sonata for cello and piano Op 65 (1845-46) If the piano was the center of Frédéric Chopin’s universe, the cello was a significant satellite. Three of his four chamber works...Find out more »
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