The CLIBURN FESTIVAL, a five-concert series, is a deep and revealing dive into one perspective in music—this season, a particular time and place in history.
In the early 20th-century, Paris experienced a Golden Age, becoming a center of intellectualism, art, politics, and innovation. It saw the opening of the World Fair, the construction of the Eiffel Tower, the perfection of champagne, major advancements in film, aviation, and medicine—and the ideal environment for artists to flourish: painters from Matisse to Picasso, and a generation of composers who, living in Paris, ushered in the new era of Modernism. A stellar group of artists-in-residence takes us on a journey through one of the most inspired times in musical history.
FEBRUARY 14, 2019 7:30 pm
City of Love - The music of romance in honor of Valentine’s Day
BERLIOZ “Un bal” from Symphonie Fantastique
FRANCK Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major
POULENC Fiancailles pour rire
FAURÉ Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor