- $15 for one ticket to see the Morgenstern Trio (up to $26.50 value)
- When: Sunday, November 9, at 3 p.m.; pre-concert lecture at 2:15 p.m.
- Where: Tulsa Performing Arts Center – Williams Theatre
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 2:15 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
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Renowned across Europe for their shimmering renditions of classical music, the Morgenstern Trio embarked on a U.S. tour after winning the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio award in 2009. Morgenstern Trio present an afternoon of rarely heard works from both titans of composition and lesser known artists.
- Bloch—Three Nocturnes: Evoking three very different kinds of night, Bloch’s meditative work opens with an ominous minor-key quiet, then transitions into a lush darkness like that of a spring evening before unfolding into a midnight-rich, jazzy melody.
- Ravel—Trio in A minor: Though each element is applied with a delicate hand, the sonic tapestry created by piano, violin, and cello belies the haste of the piece’s composition—Ravel rushed to finish it so that he could enlist in World War I.
- Fontyn—Trio: Fontyn paid tribute to her teacher Marcel Quinet in this early, award-winning work.
- Brahms—Trio in C minor: Seatbelts should be required to listen to the sudden blast of this dramatic trio, which races through alternating time signatures with both majesty and bombast.
Chamber Music Tulsa
Since 1954, Chamber Music Tulsa has dedicated itself to promoting small ensemble pieces from both established musicians and rising young stars. The organization presents six different chamber ensembles every season, showcasing their talents in special weekend concert series. Saturday evening shows invite subscribers to dine from a buffet and visit with the artists, while Sunday afternoon performances are open to the public and anyone disguised as a music stand.