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Musicians from the Los Angeles Philharmonic


Monday, January 7, 2019, 7:00 PM EST


Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall


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Concert Classics Series

About the Event

Conductor Sir Georg Solti once said “Mozart makes you believe in God,” and it’s hard to disagree after listening to the absolute perfection of his Clarinet Quintet. As the luminous centerpiece of this program that explores the intersection of art and spirituality, Mozart’s music will be placed side-by-side with that of living Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, whose “holy minimalist” works evoke a kind of meditative transcendence, containing oceans of feeling in their seemingly simple repetitions. A new work by Princeton University faculty composer Juri Seo rounds out this intense, introspective program.

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Exploring “Art & Faith”
Panel discussion following the concert, moderated by Gustavo Dudamel

ARVO PÄRT Spiegel im Spiegel for Violin and Piano
JURI SEO Lost Songs
ARVO PÄRT Fratres for String Quartet
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Quintet in A Major for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581

Bing Wang, Violin
Rebecca Reale, Violin
Teng Li, Viola
Ben Hong, Cello
Boris Allakhverdyan, Clarinet
Juri Seo, Piano

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