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InTown Concert • Currier Museum of Art

  • Currier Museum of Art 150 Ash Street Manchester, NH, 03104 United States (map)

February 11 • InTown Concert • Manchester

Art & Music: The Music of Saint-Gaudens' New England

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February 11 | 2:00 PM
Currier Museum of Art

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Scott Parkman, guest conductor

Elliott Markow, violin
Lynn Basila, violin
Amy Ripka, violin
Janny Joo, vioiln
Dani Rimoni, viola
Elaine Leisinger, viola
Harel Gietheim, cello
Nathaniel Latrhop, cello
Volker Nahrmann, bass
Kathy Boyd, flute
Kanako Nishikawa, piano

GRIFFES Poem for Flute and Piano
BEACH Piano Trio Op. 150
BEETHOVEN String Quartet Op. 130, Cavatina
IVES String Quartet No. 1, Fourth Movement
FOOTE Suite in E Major for Strings, Op. 63, Fugue

Inspire your ears and imagination as Symphony NH plays tribute to The Currier Museum’s special exhibit of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the most important American sculptor of the late 19th and early 20th century.  Saint-Gaudens was known to be an avid music lover and, Symphony NH with guest conductor Scott Parkman will provide a chamber concert focused on the musical works by American composers Charles Ives, Amy Beach, Charles Griffes and Arthur Foote, who were his creative contemporaries.

Ticket Information

 Tickets are required.  $15.00 ticket includes museum admission and concert.  Museum admission is free for Currier Museum members but does require a ticket for entry. THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.  Be the first to hear about all of our events.  Click below to join our email list.

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Programs are subject to change. Tickets are nonrefundable. 

Thank you to our InTown Concert Sponsor

 
 
Earlier Event: February 3
Fanfare Gala 2018
Later Event: February 18
InTown Concert • First Church Nashua