Levine Presents: Back to the Drawing Board
September 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDTFree – $15.00
How Brahms, Clara Schumann, and Schubert transformed ideas into masterworks.
In-person tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and FREE for all Levine students.
In-person reservations for this event are SOLD OUT. Please join us online!
Online tickets are free.
Behind famous chamber works lies stories of first ideas, revisions, and reinvention. Why did Brahms go back, decades later, to revise his Piano Trio No. 1? How did Clara Schumann help him reimagine his Piano Quintet? And what can we learn through the development of musical ideas in Schubert’s Cello Quintet in C Major? Take a look under the hood of a few of the Romantic era’s favorite works to watch an idea become a masterpiece.
- Erin Durham, violin
- Shaundra Culatta, violin
- Carrie Castleton, viola
- Seth Castleton, cello
- Vasily Popov, cello
- Melinda Baird, piano
IN PERSON: Levine Student (free)
Link to view the performance stream will be sent by email the day before the performance.