immortal notes, Parisian air

4 PM Sun, Oct 6, 2013

Venue: Goethe-Institut, Boston

170 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116

Contact:

info@chameleonarts.org

617-427-8200

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Chameleon Arts Ensemble opens its 16th chamber music season with a trip to the City of Light, where artists have gone for centuries - to study, to be inspired, to make their mark. The program includes the Cello Sonata by Paris' most famous expatriate composer, Frederic Chopin; the great American maverick Morton Feldman's delicate, imaginative portrayal of the poet Heinrich Heine's encounter with Chopin on the Rue Furstenberg; Richard Rodney Bennett's Sonata After Syrinx for flute, viola, and harp; Aaron Copland's 1926 Nocturne for violin & piano; and Felix Mendelssohn's b minor Piano Quartet, Op. 3, a work that was to gain him entree into the glittering Parisian musical world.

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