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Concert #2 - July 21 - Schubert & Shaw

About This Concert

Holding the Hands of the Tempest-Tost: Music of Schubert and Shaw

Our program opens with the perennial favorite: Schubert's "Trout" Quintet featuring pianist Audrey Andrist, artistic directors Amy Barston and Kevin Kumar, festival founder Ed Klorman, and Canandaigua native double bassist Kieran Hanlon.

Rochester’s prized vocal ensemble First Inversion joins us for "To the Hands,” a masterpiece for chorus and small chamber ensemble by Caroline Shaw, the youngest ever recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Music; this is a rare work of genius that richly explores musical language of the past and present, the complexities of immigration, and words of both the Bible and the Statue of Liberty. Our musicians are joined by RPO Assistant Principal Violinist Shannon Nance.


1:45pm Pre-concert chat

2:00pm Concert

Rochester’s prized vocal ensemble First Inversion joins us for "To the Hands,” a masterpiece for chorus and small chamber ensemble by Caroline Shaw, the youngest ever recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Music; this is a rare work of genius that richly explores musical language of the past and present, the complexities of immigration, and words of both the Bible and the Statue of Liberty.

The program opens with the beloved "Trout" quintet of Franz Schubert, performed by our Artistic Directors Amy Barston and Kevin Kumar who are joined by the festival favorite Audrey Andrist, and Canandaigua-native Kieran Hanlon on double bass.

Sunday 07/21/2019

02:00 PM EST


Finger Lakes Community College - Recital Hall
3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua NY 14424

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    $28.00

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