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Chamber Music Series: Jazz Folk—Music of Coleridge-Taylor & Dvořák

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Conductors
& Performers

Diane Nicholeris

First Violin

Helen Kim

Second Violin

Amos Yang

Cello

Rob Weir

Bassoon

Nick Platoff

Trombone

Steve Sánchez

Clarinet

Chen Zhao

Second Violin

program

Trio for Piano, Oboe, and Bassoon 

Clarinet Quintet in F-sharp minor

Coleridge-Taylor

Tutrovio II 

String Sextet in A major, B.80

Dvořák

performances

Davies Symphony Hall

Sun, Sep 29, 2019 at 2:00PM

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Event Description

Discover unique chamber works that pulse with undertones of jazz and folk. Dvořák’s spirited String Sextet blends elegant Viennese lyricism with fiery Bohemian folk rhythms. An instant success, this piece solidified Dvořák as a world-renowned master. Written in 1895—yet not premiered until 1973—the lush melodies and folk idioms of English-Sierra Leone-Creole composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Clarinet Quintet are rumored to have been inspired by Dvořák, while the jaunty rhythms of André Previn’s Trio make apparent why this incredibly dynamic artist/composer/conductor was a best-selling jazz pianist during the 1950s.