Alexander Fiterstein: Such Different Paths at New World Symphony

Sun Dec 16, 2018

Explore a myriad of chamber music alongside NWS Fellows as they tackle styles spanning over 200 years! The clarinet has a rich history and concert artist Alexander Fiterstein will make sure we experience all of it, joining Fellows for a performance of one of Mozart’s best-known chamber works, the Clarinet Quintet. In Paul Schoenfeld’s wildly virtuosic and fun Trio, the clarinet celebrates Jewish traditions, including klezmer music. The wind and brass Fellows are on display for John Harbison’s abstract score that provides answers before it asks questions, while Bulgarian composer Dobrinka Tabakova explores familiarity and the unknown in her music, which John Adams called “extremely original and rare.”

Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet
Musicians of the New World Symphony

Program
Harbison : Music for Eighteen Winds
Tabakova : Such Different Paths
Schoenfeld : Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano
Mozart : Quintet for Clarinet and Strings

Sunday, December 16 at 2:00 PM

New World Symphony
500 17th St.
Miami Beach FL 33139
305.673.3331
www.nws.edu

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