COMING UP NEXT!
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA EXTRAVAGANZA
ANDRÉS CÁRDENES – Conductor and Soloist
March 13 at 7:30pm
Wisconsin Lutheran College | Schwan Hall
- Gioacchino Rossini: String Sonata in C major
- Wolfgang A. Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E-flat Major, K. 364 Soloists: Jeanyi Kim, violin and Andrés Cárdenes, viola
- Ottorino Respighi: Trittico Botticelliano
- Erich W. Korngold: Suite to Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing”, Op. 11
Led by Grammy-nominated musician extraordinaire Maestro Andrés Cárdenes, Tchaikovsky Violin Competition Silver Medalist (1982) and former Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the MUSAIK’s Chamber Orchestra will take you through a virtuosic sonorous kaleidoscope true to Milwaukee Musaik’s concertante spirit. Highlighting operatic, scenic and dramatic masters, this concert culminates with Maestro Cárdenes joining Milwaukee Musaik’s concertmaster Jeanyi Kim in with Mozart’s exquisite “Sinfonia Concertante”.
Not to be missed!
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Milwaukee Musaik is excited to welcome musician extraordinaire violinist-conductor Andrés Cárdenes (International Tchaikovsky Violin Competition Silver Medalist – 1982, and former Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) in an exciting Musaik Chamber Orchestra Extravaganza – Fundraiser Concert on March 13, 2017! Maestro Cárdenes will join Milwaukee Musaik’s concertmaster Jeanyi Kim in the exquisite Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major by Wolfgang A. Mozart, and lead the orchestra in virtuosic works by Rossini, Respighi and Korngold.
After a successful and critically acclaimed season, Milwaukee Musaik has returned to the great acoustics of Schwan Concert Hall at Wisconsin Lutheran College with an exciting assortment of chamber concerts highlights including Franz Schubert’s beloved “Trout” Piano Quintet, and Antonin Dvorak’s spirited Serenade in D minor for Winds, Cello and Bass. For our season finale, don’t miss hearing Louise Farrenc’s masterful witty Nonet in E-flat Major, and the earthly Johannes Brahms’ Serenade in D major (Nonet version!).