Concerts in the Village Presents Choral & Instrumental Classical Music in Kinderhook, Feb 24

 

Concerts in the Village offers two memorably expressive commentaries on youth and maturity. Robert Schumann’s Kinderszenen cycle for piano (1838) presents 13 brief “imaginings,” each distilling a powerful emotion from the early years of life. Pianist Noah Palmer (CITV Musical Assistant) brings his impressive talents to these exquisite keyboard works. Following intermission tenor Jon Morrell and pianist David Smith (CITV Artistic Director) bring their own extensive experience to bear on Franz Schubert’s haunting Winterreise (1827), regarded by many as the most important and challenging song cycle ever written. In Schubert’s intense sequence of songs performers and listeners alike will experience an unforgettable “winter journey,” a remarkable passage through maturity.

DATE/TIME:
Saturday, February 24, 2018, at 4:00pm

LOCATION:
Van Buren Hall
6 Chatham Street
Kinderhook, NY 12106

ADMISSION:
$20
Reserve seats in advance at concertsinthevillage.org

MORE:
ConcertsInTheVillage.org
facebook.com/ConcertsInTheVillage

 

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