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💬 Pre-Concert Lecture at 6:30 PM with Dr. Alyson McLamore
The 2023 Chamber Concert series comes to a close with a semi-staged performance of A Soldier's Tale, Stravinsky’s rhythmic setting of a cautionary story about a soldier who trades his fiddle to the devil. John Novacek opens the concert with Rachmaninoff’s march-like prelude for solo piano, which will be followed by Borodin’s cello quintet, one of the earliest Russian chamber works to feature nationalist themes.
Prelude in G minor, op. 23 no. 5
John Novacek, piano
Cello Quintet in F minor
Abigel Kralik, Erik Arvinder, violins; Ben Ullery, viola; Sterling Elliott, Jonah Kim, cellos
L’Histoire du Soldat (A Soldier's Tale)
Karin Hendricks-Bolen, director
Lin Ma, clarinet; Fei Xie, bassoon; Hayato Tanaka, trumpet; Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, trombone; Shannon Wood, percussion; Maureen Nelson, violin; Susan Cahill, double bass