1490 Chicago Ave
Celebrate the conclusion of another sparkling season with an innovative blend of new and familiar works, from a popular classic to an exciting world premiere. In an intriguing combination of music and dance, Milhaud reimagines the Biblical tale of Jacob and his fantastic dreams. Chicago-based composer Sebastian Huydts, whose lyrical and accessible work captivated Rembrandt’s audiences in 2015, debuts a new trio inspired by symbolist poetry. Poulenc, a master of embodying Gallic wit and élan in music, captures the spirit of the flute, from sensuous to vivacious, in this pairing with piano. The afternoon concludes with a classic string trio by Beethoven.
MILHAUD: The Dreams of Jacob for oboe, violin, viola, cello, bass, and dancers
BEETHOVEN: String Trio in C minor, Op. 9, no. 3
POULENC: Sonata for flute and piano
HUYDTS: Trio for oboe, viola, and piano (World Premiere)
Lawrence Neuman, viola
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