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With special thanks to Martin Carver
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“In a world of dime store piano virtuosi, all with impeccable technique, she seems like something out of Tiffany's special collection,” raved TheaterJones about Aspen alumna Joyce Yang.
In this program, thrill to the pianistic pyrotechnics in Liszt’s Rhapsodie espagnole, a work inspired by a trip to Spain and Portugal and later arranged by Busoni for soloist and orchestra. Also enjoy the rare treat of a Frank Martin work showcasing this season’s brilliant wind players, and, finally, give over to Brahms’s stirring Third Symphony, which abounds in beautiful writing for the clarinet, cello, and horn. Brahms’s friend Clara Schumann was an early admirer of the work, saying “All the movements seem to be of one piece, one beat of the heart.”
|MARTIN: Concerto for Seven Wind Instruments and Timpani|
|LISZT/BUSONI: Rhapsodie espagnole, LW A195|
|BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3 in F major, op. 90|