Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Thirteen musicians from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center perform a program of American-inspired music, that culminates with Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring.
The United States of America maintains its identity as a kaleidoscope of cultures, with just about everyone and everything we know having roots elsewhere. CMS’s American Panorama program illustrates this phenomenon in music unmistakably American in spirit yet diverse in dialect, each composer having drawn from distinct sources: Harry T. Burleigh from his African-American heritage; Antonín Dvořák from his exposure to Native-American and African-American music combined with his innate Czech sensibility; Arthur Foote, a leading 19th-century composer who, as a member of the Boston Six, forged a uniquely American sound clothed in European traditions; and Aaron Copland, whose intensive studies in Paris afforded him the technique to express the flavor of America as no other.
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Southland Sketches for Violin and Piano (1916)
Adagio ma non troppo
Quintet in E-flat major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 97, “American” (1893)
Allegro non tanto
Finale: Allegro giusto
Nocturne and Scherzo for Flute and String Quartet (1918)
Nocturno (“Night Music”)
Appalachian Spring Suite for Ensemble (1944)
WU HAN, piano
FRANCISCO FULLANA, violin
KRISTIN LEE, violin
SEAN LEE, violin
DANBI UM, violin
PAUL NEUBAUER, viola
DANIEL PHILLIPS, viola
EDWARD ARRON, cello
DAVID FINCKEL, cello
ANTHONY MANZO, double bass
TARA HELEN O’CONNOR, flute
DAVID SHIFRIN, clarinet
MARC GOLDBERG, bassoon
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Spa Little Theater House Rules
- Box Office/Will Call is located inside the front doors to the right.
- No food permitted inside the theater. Beverages are allowed – no glass.
- No filming or photography allowed, unless otherwise noted by a specific artist or performance.
- Masks are not required (but encouraged) for performances in the Spa Little Theater. Guests will not be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to attend events in the Spa Little Theater.
- Late seating is allowed between pieces only. Ushers will stop patrons at the doors to theater until the piece is complete.
The Spa Little Theater is accessible for those with disabilities. There is a drop off out front with a ramp for wheelchair-users. Inside, there is dedicated ADA seating, however, the balcony is not accessible via ramp or elevator and therefore is not available for those who require ADA seating. Folding chairs can be provided for companions to sit with guests in the wheelchair-accessible seats. Both restrooms are wheelchair-accessible and have wheelchair-accessible stalls.
The Spa Little Theater has an updated HVAC system which now uses the NYS-recommended MERV-13 filters to help sanitize the air in the space. Masks are not currently required for performances in the Spa Little Theater, but please check individual event pages for the most up-to-date information regarding mask protocols. Guests will not be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to attend events in the Spa Little Theater.
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There are men’s and women’s restrooms which are both wheelchair-accessible with wheelchair-accessible stalls.
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