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MarshAnne Landing Winery presents 2017 Concert Series

Sunday, February26, 2017

2:00 PM

Chamber Music Amici: Tango and More

We hope you can join us for this  exciting afternoon of chamber music featuring Chamber Music Amici one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier chamber ensembles.  Guest artists Lillie Manis and Valerie Nelson (both violinists) will join Amici regulars  violist Jessica Lambert, cellist Steve Pologe, and pianist Victor Steinhardt.

 

Tango and More

Turina, Piano Trio No. 2 in B Minor

Steinhardt, Tango and Scherzo

Lee, Morango...Almost a Tango

Piazzolla, La Muerte del Angel

 Schulhoff, Five Pieces for String Quartet

The program opens with a composition that reveals the influence of French Impressionism, melodic vocabulary, and rhythmic patterns of Turina’s Spanish heritage.  Inspiration from a postcard depicting Argentinian tango dancers led to Steinhardt’s Tango and Scherzo.    Lee’s composition was originally a bar jazz tune, rewritten for the Kronos Quartet, and later reborn again as a bastardized version of the real thing.  Piazzola’s style, nuevo tango, a fusion of traditional tango, classical music and jazz, is shown off in this tribute to an angel who descends to Buenos Aires to help heal the spirits but is killed in a knife fight.  Schulhoff’s passion for dancing led to this Neo-Baroque dance suite inspired by five different styles of dance music.

Sunday, march 26, 2017

3:00 PM

MarshAnne Chamber Players

An afternoon of violin duets featuring Searmi Park and Laura Ha performing works by Pablo Sarasate and Eugene Ysaye

Sunday, April 23, 2017

3:00 PM

MarshAnne Chamber Players

Trios for Clarinet, Violin and Piano featuring Louis DeMartino, Searmi Park and David Riley with works by Stravinsky and others

Sunday, may 21, 2017

3:00

Russians at Play with Chamber Music

Pianist Andrei Andreev and cellist Dmitry Tupitcin join together for an afternoon of exciting music by Schnitke, Schumann and Beethoven