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(March 12, 1:45pm) In response to concerns over the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are reaching out today to communicate to you about our remaining performances.
Purchase College and The Performing Arts Center have been closely monitoring the guidelines provided by the CDC and New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and have determined that, out of an abundance of caution and respect to the campus community, our patrons, and our artists, all public events planned on campus for the remainder of the spring semester, including all events and performances at The PAC, are cancelled.
All ticketholders will be notified via phone call and email before the end of week regarding options relating to ticket refunds. If you have questions or concerns you can reach The PAC Box Office at 914-251-6200. The box office will remain open through the weekend to assist patrons.
Thank you for supporting The Performing Arts Center and Purchase College. We are committed to protecting the health of our community and we thank you for your understanding.
Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet holds a rightful place in the line of great piano quintets going back to Schumann’s of 1842. Combining the rigor of Bach with the powerful energy and extreme irony of Soviet era music, the work is a milestone not only of chamber music but also of Shostakovich’s career: it won him the coveted Stalin Prize. This essential quintet is accompanied by a youthful Beethoven sonata and Mendelssohn’s appropriately tempestuous First Piano Trio.
Inon Barnatan, Piano / Alexander Sitkovetsky, Violin / Angelo Xiang Yu, Violin / Paul Neubauer, Viola / Paul Watkins, Cello
BEETHOVEN Sonata in D major for Violin and Piano, Op. 12, No. 1 (1797-98)
SHOSTAKOVICH Quintet in G minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 57 (1940)
MENDELSSOHN Trio No. 1 in D minor for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 49 (1839)
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, celebrating their 50th season, is committed to bringing audiences the finest performances of an extraordinary body of repertoire, dating as far back as the Renaissance and continuing through the centuries to the greatest works of our time.
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Secure your seats and save 20% off the regular price with a CMS 2019-2020 full series subscription!
The per-person cost for the series is $210. With the purchase of the entire series you will receive the same seat locations for all four concerts and be eligible for subscriber benefits such as ticket exchange privileges. Must buy all four concerts in the 2019-2020 series. Available now, box office only. The box office can be reached at 914-251-6200, Wednesday – Friday, noon to 6pm. Single tickets will go on sale later this spring.