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A Luscious Euro Sound - December 2, 3 and 4

Event Details

Classical Series

2017 - 2018

Hear Kayleen Asbo speak about this program:

Picture King Lear’s entry to the council chamber, the storm on the heath, the terrible prison scene and the lament of Cordelia in Berlioz’s overture. Ravel sets off a sublime, elegant—even delicate—second movement with a jazzy first and third in his Piano Concerto. Music Director Candidate Andrew Grams contrasts the light, upbeat Ravel with Rachmaninoff’s dark-hued and brooding Symphonic Dances. Debussy’s beloved Clair de lune, with its luscious sound, resonates in the heart.
"one of the best pianists of his generation."
-Philadelphia Inquirer

Listen to this concert's playlist on Spotify 

Concert Conversations with Kayleen Asbo and Andrew Grams

Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7pm
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 2pm
Monday, December 4, 2017 at 7pm

Kayleen will interview each Music Director Candidate. There will also be an opportunity for Q & A with the Candidate. These Concert Conversations are general seating and free to Classical Series concert ticket holders. Approximately 30 minutes in Weill Hall.

For information about Kayleen's "Musical Mondays at the Museum" series, please click here.

View this video featuring each of the Music Director Candidates: 


We gratefully acknowledge the generous contributions from the following

Sponsored by Alan and Susan Seidenfeld
Guest Conductor Andrew Grams underwriten by David & Corinne Byrd
Guest Artist Stewart Goodyear underwritten by Laura Tietz
Discovery Open Rehearsal Series sponsored by The Stare Foundation and David Stare of Dry Creek Vineyard
Pre-concert talks sponsored by Jamei Haswell and Richard Grundy, and Ellen and Chuck Wear
County of Sonoma - Board of Supervisors



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