We find labels in every aspect of our world and lives. As musicians, we’ve been labeled from the day we started taking lessons. Some of us play “fiddle,” some play jazz, and others play “classical” violin. Parallel Freedoms is an exploration of the blurred lines between these worlds, where classical and jazz composers inspire one another, and where we as classically trained musicians are inspired to program, arrange, and improvise music that reflects these parallel explorations of freedom. From Debussy’s boundary-breaking string quartet to the be-bop licks and Charlie Parker quotes in Andriessen’s Facing Death, from lush and lilting melodies to swinging rhythms, we express our love for music regardless of genre. ~ Palaver Strings
DEBUSSY String Quartet in G minor arr. Jonathan Morton
TRENET La Mer arr. Alex Goodin
ANDRIESSEN Facing Death
SPALDING Really Very Small arr. Alex Goodin
LEWIS & HAMILTON How High the Moon arr. Alex Goodin
Adult $35 | K-12 free, accompanying at least one paying adult | All fees included
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Patrons and artists are invited to join us for a post-concert reception, where they can meet up with other chamber-music lovers for delicious treats and delightful conversation.
We hope you enjoy this concert, featured as a selection in the John I. and Elizabeth E. Patches Chamber Music Series.
Thank you to our Chamber Music Series sponsor: