Since its initial conception, our final house concert event has been gestating and growing, and it turns out ——it’s TWINS!
On Saturday, April 25th at 3:30 p.m. we are fortunate enough to be able to present our own Indiana University faculty members Mark Kaplan and Yael Weiss in an all-Brahms program. (This looks surely like violin sonatas 1, 2 and 3, but we understand that we will have some solo piano music as well!)
Then, a few hours later at 7:30, a truly rare opportunity to hear—live—two very great and attractive 20th-century works,
En Blanc et noir of Debussy and Visions de l’Amen of Olivier Messiaen. The distinguished pianists offering us this fantastic treat are Jerome Lowenthal, familiar to you already from his visit last year, and Ursula Oppens, both of them established and world-touring concert artists, and both very long-time friends of Edward’s.
Yeah, and what about the time in between?? Well, we can offer two basic possibilities. You could go home (as long as you promise to come back!); or, better, you could stay and partake of an excellent early supper with wine and conversation.
We appreciate your friendship and support more than we can say—and we’re looking forward to seeing you on the 25th at
Music Festival in the Woods!
R. S. V. P.
P.S. for Music Festival in the Woods guests:
Suggested Donation for one concert:
Students: $5; Adults: $10
For the first concert:
People coming for the first concert, please stay around for the party!
For the second concert:
The party will be starting around 5:30 so anyone attending the second concert, please join us for the party before the music!