Chameleon Arts Ensemble: music such as spirits love
Love stories are universal subjects for artists – even the ones that don't end happily ever after. Thea Musgrave creates a portrait of the Commedia dell’Arte love triangle with Pierrot Dreaming, and Brahms felt so much guilt after a botched affair that he wove her name into his rapturous G Major String Sextet. Also on the program are Fang Man’s Larkspur for flute, viola & harp, and Janacek’s Pohadka, scenes from a Russian fairytale of love and valor for cello & piano.
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