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Winter Chamber Series No.1: An On-Demand Digital Concert

  • Presented By: Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra
  • Dates: January 22, 2021 - January 25, 2021
  • Recurrence: Recurring daily
  • Location: Online Event
  • Time: 7:30 PM
  • Price: $30
OVERVIEW

While full orchestras remain sidelined, the WCO is excited to present the Winter Chamber Series. This new series will feature chamber works for multiple ensembles ranging from trios to octets, showcasing the versatility and caliber of the WCO’s 34 world-class musicians.
 
 
You're invited to enjoy the four-concert series from the comfort of your own home.
 
 
All programs will be 60-75 minutes in length, with not only music but also stories from the WCO’s own musicians on their journey to becoming professional musicians.
 
 
Also included is a pre-concert talk with Maestro Andrew Sewell and Norman Gilliland, as well as a post-concert reflection with musicians of the WCO.

 

The music of Valerie Coleman and Alec Wilder are two new names that some listeners may not be familiar along with Gabrieli and Schubert as we kick off our Winter Chamber Series. Valerie Coleman is a performing artist and composer with the Imani Winds and has written many works for the wind quintet genre. American composer Alec Wilder’s Octets were written in the early 1940s while commuting from Philadelphia to New York City. These jazz-inspired works have fanciful titles and are a unique ensemble of harpsichord, drumset, three clarinets, flute, oboe, and bassoon. Schubert’s String Quintet is on a grand scale: the first movement serving as a stand-alone piece. Finally, Giovanni Gabrieli’s Canzonas are plentiful in the brass repertoire and provide a fitting fanfare opening to the season.

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