Three Times Three
For our 2017-2018 season, The Musical Offering presents music from central Europe, filled with warmth, texture, and distinctive tastes of the folk cultures that nurtured their creation.
Featuring composers from Bohemia, Poland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Moravia, these works reflect sophisticated style as well as ties to their beloved homelands. Join us as we explore well known and less-familiar composers and celebrate their roots in the heart of Europe.
THREE TIMES THREE
NOVEMBER 12, 2017
The Musical Offerings November concert compares three trios, each of different instrumentation, in a cultural tour of central Europe. The lovely and light Serenade for Flute, Violin, and Viola from the German composer Max Reger opens with clean classical lines and beautiful harmonies. Bartok¡s Contrasts follows, with a keen sense of rhythm and Hungarian folk dance in a piece dedicated to Joseph Szigeti and Benny Goodman. Finally, from Vienna comes the charming Beethoven Trio op. 11, in a wonderful arrangement for clarinet, bassoon, and piano.
Serenade for Violin, Viola, and Flute, op. 141a
Trio, op. 11
Ludwig van Beethoven
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GETTING THERE AND PARKING Sundin Music Hall is located at 1531 Hewitt Avenue on the campus of Hamline University in Saint Paul. Free parking is available one half-block east and NiceRide bikes are available nearby. The Hamline campus is a stop on the new A Line rapid bus route, and is located just blocks north of the Metro Transit Green Line. The hall features curbless entry feet from the door and is accessible for all who wish to hear our music.
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1531 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104
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