Celebrated septet takes on Stravinsky and Jolivet; Harlem Quartet puts its usual panache into works by Beethoven and Gillespie
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Deviant Septet (Saturday, April 9): “Top classical and avant garde musicians” (WNYC) take charge during Stravinsky’s L’histoire du Soldat, which tells the take of a soldier making a pact with the Devil. Rounding out the evening are selections from Jolivet’s Rhapsodie à Sept and a Josephine Baker song cycle featuring soprano Mellissa Hughes.
Harlem Quartet (Saturday, May 14): This is the second encore performance for this CCS–favorite quartet. The reason for their popularity? The energy and “panache” (New York Times) they breathe into both classical and jazz music. Audiences can experience this firsthand as the musicians take on works by Mendelssohn, Gillespie, Hernandez, Jobim, and Beethoven.