Music on the Strait 2023 Finale Livestream:
Jeremy Denk and Friends
Sunday, August 27
Clara Schumann | Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op 22 (1853)
Robert Schumann | Adagio and Allegro, Op 70 (1849)
Johannes Brahms | Piano Quartet in A major, Op 26 (1861)
In October 1853, a 20-year-old young composer named Johannes Brahms knocked on the door of Robert and Clara Schumann with a letter of introduction. That same year, Clara Schumann wrote her Three Romances for Violin and Piano, and Robert Schumann soon proclaimed Brahms the heir to Beethoven’s musical lineage and so began one of the most intimate friendships in music history. Jeremy Denk leads us on a rare and remarkable journey to explore these three intertwined musical voices.
Tickets now available!
This year, Music on the Strait is happy to announce programming in two beautiful Port Angeles settings: the intimate and acoustically pristine Maier Hall at Peninsula College and the brand new Field Arts & Events Hall on the Port Angeles Waterfront!
Two incredible venues
$40 General Admission/$10 student
Opening Night: $27-$60/$10 student
August 26 and 27: $25-$50 /$10 student
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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.