The Capitol Ensemble plays Brahms and Bach
THE CAPITOL ENSEMBLE
Phillip Levy and Julie Gigante - violin, Ben Ullery and Andrew Duckles - viola, Lazlo Mezo - cello
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th at 7:00pm
in an intimate chamber music setting
at the Contrapuntal Performance Hall in Brentwood.
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Concert will begin at 7:00 pm sharp.
Please allow ample time for street parking prior to the performance.
BACH: A Selection of Three-Part Inventions (Sinfonias), arranged for two violins and viola
BRAHMS: String Quintet in G ,Op.111 for two violins, two violas, and cello
Originally written as keyboard exercises for his students, Bach's Three-Part Inventions and Sinfonias offer a perfect illustration of the contrapuntal form as written by the masterful composer.
Brahms wrote the String Quintet in G after returning from an inspiring trip to Italy. Intended to be his final piece before retirement, the composer infused the piece with a breezy jauntiness showing that he clearly intended to his career on a high note.
HOW TO RESERVE:
COST: $25. Limited seating, please reserve early.
Contrapuntal Performance Hall (View)
655 N. Bundy Dr.
Los Angeles, CA, CA 90049
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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