Global Concert Hall
NWS Chamber Music: Dvořák Piano Quartet
About this event
Fellows of the New World Symphony are back on the New World Center stage to present live chamber music! Dvořák infused his Piano Quartet with his characteristic lyrical genius and folk influences. Its song-like second movement evokes tremendous beauty and yearning, while the finale is charged with exuberance. Frederick Tillis’s jazz background is on full display in his feature for brass and percussion. In her first string quartet, Caroline Shaw taps into nostalgia using snippets of a well-known chorale from J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. “The Cowboy’s Lament” gets reimagined in Ian Dicke’s bass trombone feature.
Stream available to watch for 72 hours.
Your ticket purchase will directly support the participating artists through IDAGIO’s Fair Artist Payout Model: IDAGIO pays 80% of the net revenue directly to the performers.
1. Concert – approx. 65 min programme
2. Virtual Green Room: Following the performance, there will be a live session with the featured musicians from the performance. – approx. 20 min
1. Frederick C. Tillis: Song for Sister Hokkaido for Brass Quintet and Latin Percussion (2008)
Morgen Low, Aaron Ney, trumpet
Scott Leger, horn
Guangwei Fan, trombone
Noah Roper, bass trombone
Marcelina Suchocka, percussion
2. Caroline Shaw: Punctum for String Quartet (2009; revised 2013)
Sergio Carleo, violin I
Brendon Elliott, violin II
Marlea Simpson, viola
Vivian Chang, cello
3. Ian Dicke: O Bury Me Not for Bass Trombone, Ensemble and Electronics (2013; NWS commission)
Michael Linville, conductor
Noah Roper, solo bass trombone
Johanna Gruskin, flute
Justin Cummings, bassoon
Charlie Rosmarin, percussion
Wesley Ducote, piano/celesta
Margeaux Maloney, violin
Clare Bradford, cello
Levi Jones, bass
4. Antonín Dvořák: Quartet No. 2 in E-flat major for Piano and Strings, Op. 87 (1889)
Thomas Steigerwald, piano
Yefim Romanov, violin
Jacquelyn O’Brien, viola
Chava Appiah, cello
The concert will be streamed live from New World Center, Miami Beach, FL, USA.
If watching a live-streamed event on catch-up, you might need to fast forward to the beginning of the concert.
This concert is available to watch on catch-up for 72 hours after the initial stream.
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