Join Musaics of the Bay for an evening of unaccompanied cello and cello-piano duo repertoire, including Beethoven’s Fourth Sonata for Cello and Piano and Prokofiev’s Sonata for Cello and Piano.
We're so excited to see you at Musaics of the Bay's Inaugural Concert on Friday, September 20, 8 PM at The Berkeley Hillside Club. Don't miss violin sensation Nigel Armstrong, Spanish violist Gonzalo Martín Rodríguez, stunning cellist Monica Scott, pianist Audrey Vardanega, and special guests from the ELM Program (Enriching Lives Through Music).
The program will begin with Brahms' gorgeous Violin Sonata in A Major, Opus 100, composed during the Summer of 1886. The Sonata is known for being filled to the brim with lyrical melodies, also for being the shortest and, arguably, the sweetest of his three Violin Sonatas. The program continues with an arrangement of the delightful Mozart Flute Quartet in G Major, featuring a side-by-side collaboration between the artists and students from The ELM Program of San Rafael. The Flute Quartet in G Major is the second of three flute quartets written by Mozart for the amateur flautist Ferdinand de Jean. The program concludes with Brahms' rousing and passionate Piano Quartet in G Minor, Opus 25; the first of his three piano quartets.
Tickets may be purchased at the door. $20 General Admission, $15 Students and Seniors, $10 BHC Members.