Thu, February 27, 7:30 PM
(Sales closed Feb 26, 7:30 PM)

Lenox Hill

A Groupmuse Night Out

Explore the wider classical music world outside of Groupmuse with exclusive discounts to local concerts.

$20

Discounted tickets
(normally $45)

$15

Extra discount
for Supermusers
Drinks
Free drinks provided
at this groupmuse
Accessible

Host

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Claude Monet’s flighty and deft brushstrokes birthed not just a new movement in European art known as Impression - it suggested an orientation that challenged the Romantic understanding of reality: What if meaning, purpose, beauty arise not from a clearly defined subject with an aim, but rather from the abundance of light, color, and presence that characterizes the fabric of arising in every moment? So significant was this challenge that its reverberations manifested intensely in the work of French composers. And our brilliant friends at the Aspect Chamber Series have curated an evening exploring those reverberations - and they want our community there for a Night Out!

Like all Aspect evenings, we open with an illustrated lecture that gives context for the musical unfolding. The wordsmith will be intellectual, educator, and actor on the NYC theater scene, Samuel Adams. He’ll paint a picture to situate us in place and time the musical program.

That’ll start with Claude Debussy’s sublime Violin Sonata in G minor, performed by Grace Park on violin and Gilles Vonsattel on the keys - they’re two of the most brilliant young talents working in the city today.

Then they’ll be joined by the sensational Calidore String Quartet for Ernest Chausson’s astonishing masterwork, his Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet, Op.21. It’s just as remarkable as it sounds.

As ever, tickets come with free wine and snacks, so show up on time!

Tickets to the feast of sound typically run $45, but we’ve got a stack for $20! Supplies are limited, though, so make your move!

And have an amazing Night Out!


Music

Center

Grace Park

Violin

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Gilles Vonsatte

Piano

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The Calidore String Quartet

Debussy | Violin Sonata in G minor

Chausson | Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet, Op.21


Attendees

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Diane oshin

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Shanker Satyanath

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Andrea Howland

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Ileana Acevedo

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Shoko Tsuruga

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Shellie Balkin

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Clara Edwards

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Carol Carlton

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Lynn Nezin

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Yumi Nagasawa

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Efrem Greenfield

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Jeffrey Albert

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Rich Califano

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Connie Hum

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Susan Grossman

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Eli Bohemond

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Ricki Goldman

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Sally Kong

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Susan Hans

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Cynthia grguric

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Natalia Kandybin

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Laurilyn Jones

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Elizabeth Kay

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Bryce Halley

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William Stevens

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James Periconi

Yes

Hilary Weinger

Yes

Jennalise Hamilton

Yes

Beulah Chou

Yes

Diana Guo

Yes

Men-chun Lee

Yes

Avshalom Yotam



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