Feb 14, 2013
Love is an appropriate subject for Valentine’s Day, but sometimes love takes us places we don’t quite expect. Such is the case with this concert: three musical works offer three different ideas of love.
Leoš Janáček based his Second String Quartet on the deep but platonic relationship he carried on with a younger woman over the course of some 700 letters.
Nicky’s Trio, by Carter Pann, was inspired by the composer’s imaginative young nephew; the composer himself will be on hand to discuss his piano trio at the concert.
Rounding out the evening is Arnold Schoenberg’s Transfigured Night, a lush and romantic string sextet that accompanies Richard Dehmel’s expressionist poem on the transformative power of love.
|Cost||$20 General Admission, $15 Senior, $5 Student|
Philbrook Museum of Art
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