CMS of Lincoln Center: American Visitors

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CMS of Lincoln Center: American Visitors
CMS of Lincoln Center: American Visitors

October 29, 5:00 pm

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The musical landscape of the United States has been greatly enriched by the influences of its many distinguished visitors. In this program celebrating the musical diversity that these guests have inspired, we will enjoy the sublime music of Dvořák twice, once through his “American” voice in the Sonatina, composed in Spillville, Iowa, and his quintessentially Czech mode with his iconic Piano Quintet. In between, the stage is shared by the Belgians and English, as we hear the touching “Child’s Dream” by Eugène Ysaÿe, and the stunning Piano Quintet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

Anne-Marie McDermott, Piano
Stella Chen, Violin
Arnaud Sussmann, Violin
Paul Neubauer, Viola
Nicholas Canellakis, Cello

DVOŘÁK  Sonatina in G major for Violin and Piano, Op. 100
COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Quintet in G minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 1
YSAŸE  Rêve d’enfant for Violin and Piano, Op. 14
DVOŘÁK  Quintet in A major for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, B. 155, Op. 81

Join us at 4:15pm in the Upper Lobby for a pre-show Artist Talk. Free with your ticket.

Digital Program Book
We’ve gone green! Our program books are now completely digital. A QR code that will allow you to access the program book will be posted in the lobby and the theatre on the day of the performance. If you want a sneak peek at it, you can just click here.

Also in this series:

CMS of Lincoln Center: Conversations with Friends | Saturday, November 19, 5pm
CMS of Lincoln Center: Delight & Drama | Saturday,  March 18, 5pm

If you are interested in learning about Chamber Music Series Subscriptions, please email us at center@purchase.edu

You might also enjoy:
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra | Sunday, January 22, 3pm

ArtsWestchester logoThis event is made possible with funds from ReStart the Arts, a regrant program of ArtsWestchester with support from the Office of the Governor, the New York State Legislature, and the New York State Council on the Arts.