2021 GUEST ARTISTS
ANI AZNAVOORIAN | JEREMY DENK | TAKÁCS QUARTET
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Music on the Strait 2021 Finale:
Barn Burning Brahms with Jeremy Denk
Saturday, August 20 7pm PST
Join us for a rollicking festival finale featuring pianist Jeremy Denk and the Brahms G minor piano quartet. Virtuosos and long-time collaborators Richard O’Neill and Jeremy Denk will dazzle you with Hindemith’s Viola Sonata. James Garlick and Ani Aznavoorian share Jessie Montgomery’s inventive and energetic Duo—a composer whose work we performed in May for Olympic Peninsula schoolchildren as part of our new Fiddleheads youth outreach program!
Jessie Montgomery Duo for Violin and Cello (2015)
born 1981 Meandering
Paul Hindemith Sonata for Viola and Piano, Op 11 No 4 (1919)
Thema mit Variationen
Finale (mit Variationen)
Johannes Brahms Piano Quartet in G minor, Op 25 (1861)
Intermezzo: Allegro ma non troppo – Trio: Animato
Andante con moto
Rondo alla Zingarese: Presto
EXPLORE OUR 2021 SEASON
Help Sustain Music on the Strait!
Those who donate $250 or more in 2021 gain early access to discounted tickets (25% off)!
You will also receive a 2021 edition MOTS poster featuring celebrated artist Alfredo Arreguin.
We are thrilled to be back!
This year, there are 3 great ways to engage
Watch our free livestreams for all Port Angeles concerts
Buy tickets to attend our live, in-person concerts at Maier Hall in Port Angeles (vaccination required*)
*NOTE TO ATTENDEES:
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we will only be allowing fully-vaccinated individuals into the small and intimate Maier Hall at Peninsula College. Though we do not currently plan to check vaccination cards for entry, we highly recommend you bring yours should circumstances or local regulations change. A decision on whether masks will be required of attendees will be made at a later date. Please direct questions to email@example.com.
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.