Join the Eybler quartet as they continue to develop a relationship with their new best friend, the early quartet composer Franz Asplmayr! Another early work, one of Haydn’s op. 20 quartets dating from just a few years later, is balanced by the work of the kid - Mozart’s Quartet in A major, K. 464! We'll […]Find out more »
Of all the full-length works in the repertoire, perhaps none embodies the unabashed exuberance, grace and technical virtuosity of classical ballet as does The Sleeping Beauty. Since its premiere in St. Petersburg in 1890, with a score by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Marius Petipa, the ballet has remained virtually the definitive expression of the western classical […]Find out more »
Academy and Grammy award-winning composer Tan Dun (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Hero) has reimagined Bach’s great masterpiece employing dramatically lit water bowls that adorn the stage and are played as an instrument in the performance. Using water as a sound and symbol transition, he explores themes of birth, death and resurrection. Water Passion is a powerful narrative that […]Find out more »
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