International Institute for Culture

 
CONCERT: "MUSICAL MIGRATIONS" - FINE ART MUSIC COMPANY
 

 
TIME:
 
November 28, 2015    8:00 PM       
 
EVENT DESCRIPTION:
 
"Musical Migrations": a concert for violin, viola, cello, clarinet, and piano 

 
"Folk traditions cultivated by composers who widened the world of classical music"
 
is a concert devoted to the unique impact from composers whose musical work was inspired from mixtures of their own heritage of Central and Eastern European influences, with that of the Western musical expansion of style and sound. The individual genius of each leads to works of great longevity, with profound musical beauty, invention, intensity, and poetry.
 
Don't miss this great concert!
 
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GENERAL ADMISSION: $30/ea. 
SENIORS: $24/ea. 
STUDENTS: $20/ea.
 

 
FEATURED COMPOSERS
 
Zoltan Kodaly Hungarian 
Aram Khachaturian Armenian/Soviet (born & raised in Tbilisi, Georgia) 
Bela Bartok Hungarian/Romanian 
Erno von Dohnanyi Hungarian/Slovakian 

 
PERFORMERS
 
- Jonathan Moser - violin 
- Megumu Kajino - violin 
- Geoffrey Baker - viola 
- Douglas McNames - cello 
- Gi Lee - clarinet, guest artist 
- Katarzyna Marzec-Salwinski - piano 
- Rollin Wilber - piano 
 
For more information on this concert, or to view the full repertoire, please visit Fine Art Music Company's website. 

General Admission: $30/each
Seniors: $24/each
Students: $20/each
   

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