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July 29, 2020 6:00PM


NM Museum of Art


Brahms Clarinet Trio


Soprano Tony Arnold and conductor James Gaffigan join Festival artists in rendering Knussen’s Requiem: Songs for Sue, which the 21st-century master wrote in honor of his late wife. The program also includes Dvořák’s Terzetto, scored for the unusual combination of two violins and viola, and Brahms’s Clarinet Trio, featuring Ricardo Morales, The Philadelphia Orchestra’s principal clarinet. The concert opens with the virtuosic flourishes of works for two clarinets: the Adagio and the Allegro from the Grand Artistic Duet No. 2 by 19th-century Italian composer Ernesto Cavallini.

Cavallini Adagio & Allegro from Grand Artistic Duet No. 2 in B-flat Major for Two Clarinets

Dvořák Terzetto in C Major, Op. 74

Knussen Requiem: Songs for Sue, Op. 33

Brahms Trio in A Minor for Piano, Clarinet & Cello, Op. 114

Tony Arnold, James Gaffigan, Gilles Vonsattel, Jennifer Frautschi, Jessica Lee, Margaret Dyer Harris, Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, Alastair Eng, Joseph Johnson, Peter Wiley, Leigh Mesh, Grace Browning, Bart Feller, Tara Helen O'Connor, Todd Levy, Ricardo Morales, Liam Burke, Julie Landsman, Jennifer Montone, Gregory Zuber

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