Part of CH2 Chamber Music Society 2
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic
About This Performance
At the center of the “Ghost” Trio is the ominous slow movement that gave the piece its nickname. The music comes by its eerie and mournful character logically enough: it is based on sketches for the witches’ scene in a Macbeth opera Beethoven was planning at the time.
Masterpieces of the Romantic chamber repertory.
The rarely heard Clarinet Quintet by the wonderfully prolific and idiosyncratic Max Reger - plus the pre-concert wine reception!
BEETHOVEN Trio in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost”
Lyndon Johnston Taylor, violin
Gloria Lum, cello
Norman Krieger, piano
David Howard, clarinet
Bing Wang, violin
Kristine Whitson, violin
John Hayhurst, viola
Jason Lippman, cello
SCHUMANN Piano Quartet, Op. 47
Minyoung Chang, violin
Leticia Oaks Strong, viola
Jason Lippmann, cello
Joanne Pearce Martin, piano
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