This evening’s concert features works that explore structural and architectural variations, from music to buildings and eventually civilizations, meeting their ultimate purpose. The great Italian composer Corelli is one of hundreds of composers over the centuries to explore the construct of the famous 16 measures of La Folia. In an arrangement by legendary violinist Fritz Kreisler, Austrian rising star Filip Pogády will open this evening’s program. Sebastian Currier’s Next Atlantis mixes recorded sounds of water with sound waves of a string quartet in tandem with visually striking videography by collaborative artist Pawel Wojtasik. The evening concludes with one of Olivier Messiaen’s defining compositions based on the Book of Revelation entitled “Quatuor pour la fin du temps” or Quartet for the End of Time.
6:00— Private Art Viewing
6:30— Musical Performance with Reception to follow
Landscapes— an exhibition of photographs by Giuseppe Di Piazza, more info here.
Catch this exhibition before it closes June 16th!
Corelli/Kreisler La Folia for violin and piano
Currier Next Atlantis (2008)
Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time
This evening's reception is sponsored by Insomnia Cookies