[ Faculty Artist Performance ]

First & Second Viennese Schools

Friday, July 7 •  8:00PM •  Music Shed

MOZART
WEBERN
BERG
MOZART
SCHOENBERG
MOZART
Divertimento for Winds in F Major, K 213
Three Little Pieces for Cello, Op 11
Adagio from Kammerkonzert
Adagio and Fugue in c minor, K 546
Six Little Piano Pieces, Op 19
Piano Quartet in g minor, K 478

7:00PM •  Music Shed •  Pre-Concert Conversation with Paul Berry

Vienna has been a center of music for centuries and this program celebrates two “schools” as they’ve come to be known. The first, represented here by Mozart, gave us the classical ideas of form and structure, melody and harmony. The second Viennese school, represented here by Schoenberg and his students Berg and Webern, took the ideas of the first to their logical extreme, in the process upending notions of traditional tonality. Their music, however, is no less powerful, touching, and beautiful than Mozart’s, and reflects the turbulent times in which they lived.

Join us before the concert for an engaging and enlightening viewpoint on a musical topic related to this evening’s program.


Stephen Taylor  oboe,  Boris Berman  piano,  Mark Steinberg  violin, 
Misha Amory  viola,  Serena Canin  violin,  Nina Lee  cello,
with
Fellows of the Norfolk Festival

Tickets: $55 – $20, $10 (Young Adults 18-25), and Kids Come Free! (under 18)

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