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- Wed May 22 2019 7:30 PM
In a new project by the Alexander String Quartet and pianist Joyce Yang, Samuel Adams, composer in residence with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, explores the resonance of Mozart with his own unique musical voice. Adams is curious to know what is rhetorically kept (or lost) when a classical form comes forth "into the flesh" out of context; and these award-winning master performers weave an exciting musical tapestry.
An unusually fine group — musically, technically, in just about any way one wants to view it.
— The New York Times
Program | What is Lost? What Remains?
MOZART: Quartet No. 1 for Piano & Strings in G Minor, K. 478
SAMUEL ADAMS: Quintet with Pillars
MOZART: Quartet No. 2 for Piano & Strings in E-flat major, K. 493
The ENCORE program for this performance is available to READ ONLINE