A kaleidoscope concert of duo works for clarinet+piano, violin+piano, and cello+piano. The program features works by Schumann, Janacek, Milhaud, and Beethoven.
Erica Cherry (clarinet), Joshua Addison (violin), and Simon Linn-Gerstein (cello)
Bakalar Recital Hall: 25 Kennard Road, Brookline
Apr 07, 2017
They Move With No One Watching
From traditional to abstract, Marvento Duo explores the relationship between dance, movement, and music. We trace how the courtly minuet snuck into Beethoven’s Op. 30, No. 3 Violin Sonata, looking both forward and backward with minuets and scherzi from various musical eras. In Bartok’s Suite Paysanne Hongroise , we hear Hungarian folk dances morph into a concert piece. Nadine Dyskant Miller invites us to consider how often overlooked everyday actions can become dances in her piece “They Move With No One Watching: Dances.”
Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester St, Brookline
May 22, 2016
Brookline Music School Faculty Recital: "Translations"
Marvento Duo explores musical translations in the flute and piano repertoire: text to melody, movement to sound, violin to flute, birdsong to sonata. The concert features a transcription of Claude Debussy’s Violin Sonata, Robert Schumann’s Three Romances, Bohuslav Martinu’s Sonata for Flute and Piano, and David Dzubay’s “Footprints.”
Brookline Music School: 25 Kennard Rd., Brookline
Apr 03, 2023
Brookline Music School Faculty Showcase Recital
Marvento Duo joins Sasha Callahan (violin) and Kathy Olson (baritone saxophone) for a varied program of classical music by Corelli, Beethoven, Schumann, and Balcom as well as original jazz compositions by the Olson Pingrey Quartet.
Brookline Public Library, 361 Washington St, Brookline
Feb 24, 2016
The Field of Teaching Artistry: From "Arts Aware" to "Arts Alive"
MIT Ashdown Residence Hall Lecture Series.
An interactive performance workshop led by Marvento Duo that explores climaxes in Prokofiev's Flute and Piano Sonata followed by Q/A about the emerging field of Teaching Artistry.