Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata for violin and piano in B-flat Major , K.454
Largo - Allegro
Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata for piano and violin No. 7 in C Minor, Op. 30
Allegro con brio
Finale: Allegro - Presto
Franz Schubert Rondo Brilliant for violin and piano D.895
Additional works by Gershwin and Sarasate, tbd
William Hagen, Violin
Marina Radiushina, Piano
Saturday JUNE 3 at 4 pm,
Sanctuary of the Arts*, Coral Gables
*Please note that in-person events at the Sanctuary of the Arts (First Church of Christ, Scientist) currently are not ADA accessible. Alternatively you will be able to purchase a virtual pass to enjoy these events online.
Sunday JUNE 4 at 2 pm,
Miami Beach Community Church, Miami Beach
The Classical Masters concert is an upcoming performance by violinist William Hagen and pianist Marina Radiushina, featuring the works of three of the most celebrated composers in classical music history: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Franz Schubert.
The program opens with Mozart's Sonata for violin and piano in B-flat Major, K.454, a work that showcases the composer's exceptional skill in crafting melodies and harmonies. Composed in 1784, the piece displays Mozart's mastery of the sonata form, while also incorporating elements of the Baroque style.
Next, the duo will perform Beethoven's Sonata for piano and violin No. 7 in C Minor, Op. 30. This work, written in 1802, represents a pivotal moment in Beethoven's career, as he was just beginning to experiment with new forms and structures. The sonata's dramatic intensity and expressive depth make it one of the most enduring works in the violin-piano repertoire.
The concert will conclude with Franz Schubert's Rondo Brilliant for violin and piano, D.895. Composed in 1826, the Rondo Brilliant is a lively and virtuosic work that showcases Schubert's unique blend of classical elegance and Romantic passion. The piece features dazzling displays of technical virtuosity, as well as moments of breathtaking beauty and tenderness.
Violinist William Hagen and pianist Marina Radiushina are both renowned performers, known for their exceptional skill and artistry. Their collaboration promises to be a thrilling exploration of these three masterworks, offering audiences a rare opportunity to experience the rich and varied world of the violin-piano repertoire.
Miami Chamber Music Society is committed to presenting world-class classical music performances to the audiences of Miami-Dade, commissioning new works in various artistic disciplines, developing educational initiatives, and maximizing the positive impact of art on the community.
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