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MOZART String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, K. 465 “Dissonance”
WEBERN 6 Bagatellen for String Quartet, Op. 9 / SCHUBERT Minuets, D. 89
ELGAR Piano Quintet in A Minor, Op. 84
Charles S. Robinson Memorial Concert
For thirteen years, the Brentano String Quartet was Princeton’s cherished quartet-in-residence, filling Richardson Auditorium with more wonderful performances than we can count, with a whirl of collaborators and repertoire. In 2014, they moved on to the same post at the Yale School of Music, replacing the Tokyo String Quartet after their 37-year tenure. The Daily Telegraph (London) has called their sound “hair-raising … An ensemble of exceptional insight and communicative gifts.” These gifts will be in full bloom in February, when the home team returns and is joined by another Princeton veteran, pianist Jonathan Biss. Biss is a New York City cultural linchpin with a long history as both a soloist and chamber musician. Their program includes the lush and rarely heard Elgar Piano Quintet, composed on vacation in summer of 1918 and “influenced by the quiet and peaceful surroundings.”
BEYOND THE MUSIC...
Take your love of music, and this artist, even further with our Beyond the Music Programming. Pianist Jonathan Biss will be participating in two special events beyond the concert.
Live Music Meditation - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 12:30PM, location TBA. Free and Open to the Public. No prior experience necessary. MORE INFO ON ALL MINDFULNESS WITH MUSIC EVENTS>
Performers As Teachers - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 4:30PM, location TBA. Jonathan Biss coaches Princeton student pianists. Free and Open to the Public. MORE INFO ON ALL PERFORMERS AS TEACHERS EVENTS>
- Pianist Leon Fleisher
“Biss’s ability and interest go for things of transcendence and sublimeness.”
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