A Honolulu Sister Duo, a Teenage Harpist & a World Premiere
Two sisters from Honolulu, HI perform the virtuosic music of Pablo de Sarasate.
This Episode Features
- A sister duo from Honolulu, HI with 9 siblings who all play music
- A 15-year-old horn player with an incredibly sensitive performance
- A young harpist who performs a duet alongside our host, Peter Dugan
- A teenage cellist’s touching performance of Villa-Lobos
- A world premiere of an 18-year-old composer’s work for string quartet
Two sisters from Hawaii kick off the program with the virtuosic music of Sarasate. We also enjoy an expressive performance of Villa-Lobos by a young cellist, a stunning harp-piano duo, and the world premiere of a teenage composer’s work for string quartet!
- Host : Peter Dugan
Peter Dugan's position is sponsored by Susan and Gerald Slavet.
Performers & Repertoire
- Navarra, Op. 33 by Pablo de Sarasate (1844 – 1908)
- Nocturno, Op. 7 by Franz Strauss (1822 - 1905)
- Welsh Duets No. 1, Mvmt 1 for Harp and Piano by John Thomas (1826 - 1913)
- Song of the Black Swan by Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
- Bird of Paradise by Carolina Bragg (b. 2002), recorded by commissioning ensemble, Friction Quartet
- Monday, January 4, 2021
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Support Provided By
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation