This season, Musical Interludes explores three music chronologies from the first half of the 20th Century. In this third concert, Brian Lauritzen provides historical connections and guides our exploration of how the sounds of classical music evolved in Russia during this time.
1912 Prokofiev | Ballade, Op. 15, for Cello and Piano
1918 Stravinsky | The Soldier’s Tale (Trio)
1927 Kabalevsky | Four Preludes for Piano, Op. 5
1934 Rachmaninoff | Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, for Two Pianos
Sarkis Baltaian, piano
InSook Baltaian, piano
Kathryn Eames, piano
Elizabeth Hedman, violin
Vatché Mankerian, piano
Laura Stoutenborough, clarinet
Garik Terzian, cello
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