- Saturday, March 7, 2015, 7:30 pmPallade Musica
Performances by this prize-winning Montreal-based ensemble remind us that passion and virtuosity were alive in music way before the Romantic era. The four early music specialists of Pallade Musica will take us on an exploration of music in Venice at the dawn of the 17th century so that we can re-live the excitement of that dynamic time. Learn more.The program will include music by Castello, Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Biber, Frescobaldi, and others from the thriving cosmopolitan city that was Venice.
Single tickets: $20 regular, $15 senior, students free (available at the door)
Later This Season ...
- Saturday, March 21, 2015, 7:30 pmNew York Woodwind Quintet
Appointed ensemble-in-residence at Juilliard in 1987, this celebrated quintet has been performing to critical acclaim throughout the world for decades. Learn more.
- Saturday, April 25, 2015, 7:30 pmJuilliard String QuartetConcert sponsored by Dr. Elinor Spring-Mills and Dr. Darvin Varon.
One of the best known and widely recorded ensembles of our time, the Juilliard Quartet remains an undisputed giant in the world of chamber music. Founded in 1946, the Quartet continues to renew itself and "has lost nothing of its artistry, or of its unexcelled authority as an exponent of music both old and new." Learn more.
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