Three’s a Charm

Chamber 3

October 25, 2018Thursday | 5:30 pm | Holley Hall

Tickets from $36 | Holley Hall Seat Layout

This is a concert of trios and a poignant reminder of personal resilience. Beethoven's majestic Archduke Trio is the last piece of music he played in public before he went entirely deaf. The program includes a concertino for flute, viola, and bass composed 15 years before Shulhoff's death in a concentration camp. Puts wrote of his work for violin, clarinet, and marimba that it "is about the power in all of us to transcend during times of tragedy and personal crisis."

Concessions will be available for purchase in the lobby prior to concert.


SCHULHOFF Concertino

Betsy Traba, flute/piccolo; Steven Laraia, viola; John Miller, double bass

KEVIN PUTS And Legions Will Rise (2001)

Samantha Bennett, violin; Bharat Chandra, clarinet; George Nickson, marimba

BEETHOVEN Archduke Trio

Jennifer Takeda, violin; Christopher Schnell, cello; Jonathan Spivey, piano


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 Every section and soloist within the orchestra played their role with strength and beauty; every tree proud and tall. Tali served as an excellent guide leading the forces with assured confidence. The overall sound was lush and, yes, intense just where it needed to be.  

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 Tali conveyed a clear vision for the dramatic outline of this symphony, carefully pacing the darker, searching character of the music with pastoral conversations among voices in the orchestra.  

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 If you haven’t seen Tali yet, this will be a great introduction to the skyrocketing conductor who’s quickly becoming a household name around the world. You’ll see why we feel we’re lucky to have her here.  

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