Hungarian Masters / Friday Oct. 11, 7PM - DePaul University

An exciting season opener featuring three important Hungarian composers that covered the span of the last century in a modern new music hall.

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Program

Zoltán Kodály – Duo for violin and cello
Ferenc Farkas – Ricordanze clarinet, violin, viola, cello
Ernő Dohnanyi – Sextet clarinet, french horn, violin, viola, cello, and pianoHow we help

Performers

Yuan-Qing Yu – Violin
Kenneth Olsen
– Cello
J. Lawrie Bloom –
Clarinet
Winston Choi –
PianoHow we help

Oto Carrillo – Horn
Wei-Ting Kuo
– ViolaHow we help

Location

Holtschneider Performance Center, Allen Recital Hall. DePaul UniversityHow we help

WHY YOU SHOULD SEE THIS CONCERT

Zoltán Kodály’s duo for violin and cello is a masterpiece that showcases the two instruments in their most glorious forms, as the ultimate virtuosos and as communicators of folk musical language. The freedom and energy that flows through the entire piece is irresistible.How we help

A dominant figure in Hungarian music, Dohnanyi is regarded as the most versatile musician to emerge from that country since Franz Liszt. His compositional style is a delicious mix of Richard Strauss’s tone poems and Sergei Rachmaninov’s symphonies. This sextet was his last large scale chamber music, in which we are featuring two amazing guest artists, CSO (horn) Oto Carrillo and (viola) WeiTing Kuo.How we help

DePaul’s new performance venues have caught the attention of many performers and ensembles, and being in a university setting gives us greater access to students thus further our mission on education. This is a great way to kick off the 2019-2020 season.How we help

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