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Musicians from Marlboro II

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Meyer Auditorium

Freer Gallery of Art

Independence Avenue at 12th St, SW

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Live in Concert at the National Museum of Asian Art

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Enjoy two great works for piano and strings by Schubert and Brahms and vocal music by Handel and Kate Soper, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. The ensemble features young performers from the prestigious Marlboro Music Festival, which celebrates its 70th year next summer.

The complete program includes Schubert’s Notturno in E-flat Major, D. 897, for piano, violin, and cello; Brahms’ Trio for Piano and Strings, op. 8; Handel’s “Nel dolce dell’oblio” for soprano, flute, and piano; and Kate Soper’s “Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say,” for soprano and flute. Soper was a finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize in Music for her chamber opera, Ipsa Dixit.

The full ensemble is comprised of soprano Lucy Fitz Gibbon, flutist Francesco Camuglia, violinist Robyn Bollinger, cellist Christoph Richter, and pianist Cynthia Raim. This concert is presented as part of the Bill and Mary Meyer Concert Series.

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