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Strata — Concert One
April 8 at 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
- Béla Bartók (1881–1945) — Contrasts for violin, clarinet, and piano
- Rebecca Clarke (1886–1979) — Prelude, Allegro, and Pastorale
- John B. Hedges (b. 1974) — Sonatina for clarinet and piano (“Gumbo”)
- Clark Reinecke (1824–1910) — Trio in A Major, Op. 264, for clarinet, viola, and piano
A second performance on April 9 will highlight works by UMBC student composers.
Praised by The Washington Post for programs conceived as artfully as its performances, Strata (Nathan Williams, clarinet; James Stern, violin/viola; and Audrey Andrist, piano) presents a wide spectrum of traditional and modern repertoire in trio, solo, and duo combinations (from which comes the idea of adding and removing layers, or strata, of sound). Performances include New York’s Merkin Hall, the Maverick Concerts and Berkeley Chamber Performances, among many others. With thirteen new works composed especially for the trio, and a strong commitment to community outreach, Strata is one of North America’s most sought-after ensembles.
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