that the time should linger
November 6 - November 7, 2010
Great music draws us into its own inexorable pace, changing our very perception of time. This must be why we so cherish the late works of venerated composers, reflective masterpieces that evoke lifetimes worth of experience.
with guest artist Elizabeth Keusch, soprano
Camille Saint-Saëns, Sonata in D Major for oboe & piano
Zhou Long, Su (Tracing Back) for flute & harp
Lukas Foss, Time Cycle for soprano, clarinet, cello, piano & percussion
Johannes Brahms, Quintet in b minor for clarinet & strings, Op. 115