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Canal Dock Boathouse Concert: Horn | Cello | 4×4

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Canal Dock Boathouse Concert: Horn | Cello | 4×4

Time: June 13, 2021 from 3pm to 4pm
Location: Canal Dock Boathouse
Street: 475 Long Wharf Dr
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://newhavensymphony.org/…
Phone: (203) 865-0831
Event Type: concert
Organized By: New Haven Symphony
Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2021

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Horn | Cello | 4×4

Sunday • June 13 • 3 pm

$25

The Performers:

NHSO Horn Quartet: Eva Conti, Brian Nichols, Sara Cyrus & Kyle Hoyt

NHSO Cello Quartet: Rebecca Patterson, Patti Smith, Joanne Choi & Julia Henderson

with William Braun, keyboard

Johnathan Moore, electric cello

The Music:

Horn Quartets:

Monteverdi: Fanfare

Naigus: Polaris

Tcherepnin: Ancienne Chanson Allemande | La Chasse | Un Chant populaire

Strickland: Moods

Cello Quartets:

Mozart: Entfuhrung aus dem Serail Overture

Verdi: Brindisi

Puccini: Musetta’s Waltz

Moore: Original Composition

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