Music That Suspends Time

Chamber Series

Sunday, November 8, 2020 · 2:00 pm
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Co-Sponsored by Tanya and Al Lampert

There is nothing more powerful than being so ‘in flow’, that time feels like it is standing still. All art has the power to bring you so close to your own divinity that it transcends time and space. The best composers and compositions have that power. This concert takes the audience to that place where troubles and challenges fall away, and all the best ideas present themselves. 

Laura Colgate, violin
Regino Madrid, violin
Julius Wirth, viola
Kerry Van Laanen, cello
Elizabeth Hill, piano

Hildegard von Bingen, O Virtus Sapientiæ arranged for string quartet by Marianne Pfau
Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, String Quartet No. 1 in C M Op. 1, No.1: II. Rondeau: Tempo di minuetto; Grazioso 
Johann Sebastian Bach, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659 arranged for string quartet by John Garner
Tomaso Albinoni, Adagio in G minor arranged for Piano Trio
Arvo Pärt, Summa 
Judith Lang Zaimont, Serenade 
Astor Piazzolla, Oblivion 

A special thanks to our 2020-21 Season Sponsors – Jean and Paul Dudek; Ed Grossman and Rochelle Stanfield; Ted Mirecki, NatPhil Board Member; Martha Newman; Doug and Emily Jacobson; and Potter Violins.

Backstage at NatPhil

Rebecca Smithorn with Piotr Gajewski

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