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Groupmuse Night Out


Bohemian National Hall

Thu, November 3, 2022 7:30 PM, EDT
(Ticket sales closed Nov 3, 7:00 AM EDT)

Pay what you can
14 of 30 tickets still available
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccine not required
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Don't bring your own drinks
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks provided
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair Accessible

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Our friends at Aspect Chamber Music Series have once again invited our Groupmuse community to a fantastic evening of Night Out programming, this time featuring the works of Brahms and Mendelssohn. As is the wonderful practice of Aspect Chamber Music events, this program will be accompanied by an illustrated talk, this time with Swedish pianist and music scholar Per Tengstrand. Tickets to this program, a steal at $20 for Groupmuse members, also include complimentary wine.

More about this program:

Brahms and Mendelssohn both wrote impressive works for the grand concert hall, but their chamber works take us into their secret hearts. When Brahms began work on his C minor Quartet, he was still struggling with the impact of his mentor Robert Schumann’s final descent into madness, and with his intense but complicated feelings for Schumann’s widow Clara. By turns stormy, achingly tender, and haunted, this work sounds very like the lonely cry of a wounded soul. Mendelssohn’s F minor Quartet was composed in stunned grief after the shockingly premature death of his beloved sister Fanny. If at times it seems close to breaking point, that may be a simple statement of fact: Mendelssohn himself died just two months after finishing it. But at its heart is a song of pure love, perhaps the tenderest he ever composed.

Find out more information about this event on Aspect's website.

What's the music?

Escher String Quartet

Brahms - String Quartet in C minor, Op. 51 No. 1

Mendelssohn - String Quartet in F minor, Op. 80

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