Ancient Instruments in Modern Times

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Presented in partnership with the Fine Arts Chamber Players and generously sponsored by the Bancroft Family
Doors open at 2:30 p.m.
Seating is first-come, first-served.
FREE

Russell Campbell, Associate Principal Trumpet of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and DSO Principal Harp Emily Levin perform fresh and engaging music in this unusual pairing of instruments whose histories are thousands of years old.

 

2018–2019 Bancroft Season:

February 9, 2019: Family of Flutes
David Buck, Principal Flute of the DSO, and his wife, distinguished flutist Jung-Wan Kang, join DSO pianist Steven Harlos in an afternoon of music for two flutes and piano.

March 23, 2019: Women of Note
Opus Nova, DFW’s newest chamber music ensemble, features husband and wife artistic directors: clarinetist Ann Hung and FWSO Principal Clarinet Stanislav Chernyshev. Presented during Women’s History Month and the Dallas Museum of Art’s exhibition Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist, this concert celebrates the artistic contributions of women.

April 13, 2019: Charles Barr Memorial Concert
Yong-Ha Jung, viola, winner of the 2018 Lynn Harrell Concerto Competition, a Rising Star recitalist at FACP’s 2017 Basically Beethoven Festival, and a music student at The Juilliard School, presents a recital in memory of Dallas native bassist Charles Barr.

May 4, 2019: Quartets in Harmony
The Mendelssohn Octet, jewel of the chamber music repertoire, is performed by the Baumer String Quartet, led by DSO Co-Concertmaster Nathan Olson and SMU’s resident ensemble, the Julius Quartet.

 

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