BEETHOVEN'S GHOST & OTHER TRIOS
3 pm, Sunday Dec. 2, International House at University of Chicago
7:30 pm, Tuesday, Dec. 11, Fourth Presbyterian Church
Trios! Beethoven's beloved "Ghost" Trio will be followed by three fascinating 20th-century trios that offer a wide range of styles and expressions. A high-intensity trio by Leon Kirchner, an energetic contemporary work by Ted Goldman and a folk music-inspired trio by the great Spanish composer Joaquin Turina will round out the program.
Mathias Tacke, violin | Andrew Snow, cello | Gerald Rizzer, piano
Beethoven: Trio No.5 in D Major, op. 70 no. 2 ("Ghost"), for violin, cello and piano
Kirchner: Trio (1954), for violin, cello and piano
Goldman: Scrudge (2009), for violin, cello and piano
Winner: Discover America VII competition
Turina: Trio No. 1 in D Minor, op. 35 (1926), for violin, cello and piano
Tickets good for either venue.
Complimentary reception begins 30 minutes before the concert.
International House/Fourth Presbyterian Church (View)
1414 E 59th St./Chestnut & Michigan
Chicago, IL 60637/60611
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|