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On the Verge | Feb 23, 2024 | New York, NY
On the Verge | Feb 23, 2024 | New York, NY

On the Verge | Feb 23, 2024 | New York, NY

Taking chamber music right to the very edge in this virtuosic and wide-ranging program. Part of the Intimate Evenings Series.

Time & Place

Feb 23, 2024, 7:00 PM

The Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 E 65th St, New York, NY 10065

The Story

The second installment of our Intimate Evenings this season centers around one of our favorite contemporary composers, Sebastian Currier, whose Night Time for harp and violin has been featured on our programs many times. In Verge, Sebastian uses Robert Schumann's Almost Too Serious as a spring board to explore music that is right on the edge of a particular aesthetic boundary, but comes just short of crossing over into excess. There will be music that is Almost too Fast, Almost too Slow, Almost too Much, Almost too Little... It's a brilliantly virtuosic and evocative work that requires the performers to find just the right balance in each of its vignettes.

Surrounding Verge are works that themselves lean heavily into strongly defined styles - Rebecca Clarke's Dumka is the epitome of slavic folklore. Martinů's Madrigals are delightlul fantasies and Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio is the purest form of High Classicism.

Concert Program

Rebecca Clarke Dumka for Violin, Viola & Piano

Robert Schumann Almost Too Serious from Scenes from Childhood

Sebastian Currier Verge for Clarinet, Violin, Piano

Bohuslav Martinů Three Madrigals for Violin and Viola

Wolfgang A. Mozart Trio for Clarinet, Viola & Piano in E-flat Major, K. 498. 'Kegelstatt'

Itamar Zorman, violin

Guy Ben-Ziony, viola

Tibi Cziger, clarinet

Assaff Weisman, piano

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