This groupmuse happened on Wednesday, February 6, at 7:30 PM.

Wed, February 6, 2019, 7:30 PM
(Sales closed Feb 5, 7:30 AM)

University South, Palo Alto

A Groupmuse Night Out

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

$20

Discounted tickets
(normally $76)

$15

Extra discount
for Supermusers
Drinks
No alcohol
at this groupmuse
Not accessible

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Vienna was once the capital of Western Music Culture. A young Mozart, a young Beethoven, a young Brahms — they all felt that to make it in Vienna was to really make it, and so off they went.

And it was in Vienna, at the turning of the 19th century, that the classical style ripened into the full blown Romantic.

The Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra — one of the greats the country over and native to the Bay Area — has readied an evening that celebrates that moment in the life of Vienna and they want us to join for a Night Out!

We start with Mozart’s explosive and joyous Overture to the Marriage of Figaro - one of the most beloved pieces ever. Then we’ve got the D Major Violin Concerto by Franz Clement, a now unjustly obscure piece that once inspired Beethoven to write his own violin concerto. It’ll feature the violin wizardry of Rachel Barton Pine - the first violinist to ever record the Clement.

We finish the Schubert’s splendid 6th Symphony, which finds the great genius at the very threshold of Romanticism.

Tickets average $50 or more, but we’ve got a Groupmuse-exclusive stack for $20! But it won’t last, so make your move and we’ll see you there!


Music

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Rachel Barton Pine
Violin

MOZART Overture to The Marriage of Figaro
CLEMENT Violin Concerto in D major
SCHUBERT Symphony No. 6 in C major

Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Rachel Barton Pine, violin


Attendees

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Gian Klobusicky

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Ann Gazenbeek

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Ellen Wang

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Alan Chiu

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Catherine P Howard

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Hei Jun Adrian Wan

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Joanne D. Carey

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Laura Fredrickson

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Patricia Daoud



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