|Composer:||Mozart, Copland, Taneyev|
|Instrument:||Violin, viola, cello, piano|
|Period:||18th, 19th and 20th centuries|
Explore the art of the piano quartet with works by three very different composers from three different eras Europe, the United States and Russia. This program offers the rare opportunity to hear Mozart's less-often-performed Quartet No. 2, along with a quartet that shows a surprising side of Aaron Copland and a grand Romantic work by Russian master Alexander Taneyev.
Stephen Boe, violin • Paul Vanderwerf, viola • Andrew Snow, cello • Gerald Rizzer, piano
Mozart Quartet No. 2 in Eb Major, K. 493, for violin, viola, cello and piano
Copland Quartet (1950), for violin, viola, cello and piano
Taneyev Quartet in E Minor, op. 20, for violin, viola, cello and piano
Free reception begins 30 minutes before the concert.