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Jenny Lin, Marlissa Hudson, and Cornelius Dufallo [CONCERT]

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Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress

Thomas Jefferson Building

10 First Street SE

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Jenny Lin, piano
Marlissa Hudson, soprano

Cornelius Dufallo, violin


ABOUT THE CONCERT
Pianist Jenny Lin is joined by soprano Marlissa Hudson and violinist Cornelius Dufallo in an homage to pianist/composer Artur Schnabel. Best known as a pianist who recorded and edited Beethoven’s music, Schnabel was also a composer whose music ranges from the high-Romantic to the uncompromisingly modern. Examples of each will be performed, along with music by Beethoven and Brahms. The Library of Congress holds two collections of Schnabel’s materials, and manuscripts of programmed works by Schnabel and Brahms will be on display.




Pre-Concert Conversation
Conversation with Jenny Lin, Matthew Mishory (director of Artur Schnabel: No Place of Exile) and Markus Pawlik (producer of Artur Schnabel: No Place of Exile)

6:30 pm–Whittall Pavilion




PROGRAM

SCHNABEL
Drei Fantasiestücke

BEETHOVEN
Piano Sonata in D minor (“Tempest”), op. 31/2

SCHNABEL
Selections from Sonata for Piano

SCHNABEL
Sonata for Violin and Piano

BRAHMS
“In den Beeren,” op. 84/3
“Bitteres zu sagen denkst du,” op. 32/7
“Von ewiger Liebe,” op. 43/1

SCHNABEL
“Hyazinthen,” op. 14/5
“Manche Nacht,” op. 11/6
Octoberlied, op. 14/2




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