Music in the Vineyards @ Markham Vineyards
Saturday, August 11, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Though Richard Strauss is known primarily as a composer of tone poems and operas, he made several important contributions in chamber music. The cello sonata showcases both Strauss’ lyrical melodic writing for cello and his considerable understanding of the piano. Closing the programat Markham Vineyards is Robert Schumann’s ﬁery piano quintet, one of the best of the genre. Sandwiched in between are three well known bon-bons in unique arrangements for four violins.
The program includes Martinu: Serenada II for two violins and viola
Strauss: Cello Sonata, Paginini: Caprice no. 9, Pujol: Il Palermo
Monti: Csardas, and Schumann: Piano Quintet.
Enjoy a complimentary glass of Markham Vineyards wine at intermission!
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Music in the Vineyards | Nonprofit Chamber Music Festival
Music in the Vineyards brings together nationally recognized musicians in unique winery settings where both performers and audiences experience chamber music as it was meant to be performed. These twilight concerts with fine wine, witty commentary and conversation with the musicians have become a Napa Valley tradition. Every August, our three-week celebration features nearly 40 renowned musicians from the U.S., Europe and Canada in a dozen of Napa Valley's most stunning spaces. | MusicintheVineyards.org