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(note: newly fixed audio for movement 3 of Clara Schumann Romances)
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Clara Schumann: Three Romances for Violin and Piano
Robert Schumann: Three Romances for Oboe and Piano
Johannes Brahms: Wiegenlied and Liebestreu for Cello and Piano
Clara Schumann: Piano Trio in G minor
Nathan Hughes, oboe
Saeunn Thorseteindottir, cello
James Garlick, violin
Orion Weiss, piano
Richard O'Neill, host
Watch Co-Artistic Director Richard O'Neill accept his
2021 GRAMMY win for
Best Classical Instrument Solo!
In honor of Women's History Month, we will pay tribute to the remarkable music of Clara Schumann, at the same time celebrating Richard O'Neill's recent GRAMMY Award. We share this concert from the beautiful shores of Lake Sutherland. These works by Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, and Johannes Brahms - known today as chamber music - were meant to be performed in living chambers and we're excited for you to enjoy this intimate house concert in your very own living room. We're grateful to perform on the beautiful Steinway piano that Dorothy Field herself donated to the Field Arts and Events Hall. Two favorite musicians from our 2019 season return: pianist Orion Weiss and cellist Saeunn Thorsteindottir. We're thrilled to welcome Nathan Hughes, Principal Oboe of the Metropolitan Opera, performing Robert Schumann's Three Romances.
Watch us give the first ever performance in
Field Arts and Events Hall in September 2020!
Music on the Strait is a world-class music festival in beautiful Port Angeles, Washington. This festival celebrates classical music in the singularly beautiful environment of Olympic National Park and the Salish Sea.
Friday, August 23: Schubert’s Cello Quintet
Saturday, August 24: Ani Aznavoorian plays Shostakovich
Sunday, August 25: 2019 Special Guest Artists Stefan Jackiw and Orion Weiss in recital (matinee)
Friday, August 30: Quartet(s) for the End of Time
Saturday, August 31: A Community Grand Finale: Schubert’s Trout Quintet
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