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Dolce Suono Ensemble

Mimi Stillman, Artistic Director

February 7, 2019
by Dolce Suono
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Rediscoveries: Festival of American Chamber Music opens February 20

RediscoveriesNewDSE’s innovative project supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts presents chamber music by American composers who were at the forefront of post-war musical culture but who are underrepresented in concert today. This is the first concert in the project, which continues March 31 with a double concert and panel discussion.

Music by Irving Fine, William Schuman,
Elliott Carter, Norman Dello Joio, Leonard Bernstein, Katherine Hoover, and Shulamit Ran

Kristina Bachrach, soprano
Dolce Suono Trio
Mimi Stillman, flute
Gabriel Cabezas, cello
Charles Abramovic, piano
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Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00pm

Trinity Center for Urban Life, 22nd and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia
For tickets, click here

General $30 / Senior $25 / Student $10

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Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Rediscoveries II with Miranda Cuckson, violin, Dolce Suono Trio (Stillman, Cabezas, Abramovic), and speakers James Freeman and Richard Wernick

Music by Walter Piston, Louise Talma, George Perle, Leon Kirchner, George Rochberg, Ralph Shapey, Richard Wernick

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January 25, 2019
by Dolce Suono
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Fall for Chamber Music continues January 30!

Dolce Suono Ensemble’s innovative project “Fall for Chamber Music” continues Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at Christ Church Neighborhood House with a concert (7:00pm) featuring the internationally acclaimed Mimi Stillman, flute, and members of the Jasper String Quartet in the complete flute quartets of Mozart, followed by a masterclass (8:00pm), with the artists coaching students from Temple Music Preparatory and Haverford College in works by Mozart and Brahms.

Fall for Chamber Music” is our new 3-year project supported by a grant award from the William Penn Foundation with the goal of engaging new audiences in chamber music. Performances and coachings will take place at Philadelphia’s civic venues the Free Library Central Branch and Christ Church Neighborhood House.

See Tom Purdom’s preview article about the January 30 event in the Broad Street Review, “Falling in Love with Chamber Music,” here:

https://www.broadstreetreview.com/wnwn/coming-up-in-philly-music-falling-in-love-with-chamber-music

Click hereFallForChamberMusicNewMozart to purchase tickets to this event and other DSE Presents and Fall for chamber Music concerts.

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