There will be a series of three chamber music concerts at NYC’s Hispanic Society, beginning December 6.
Joaquín Rodrigo wrote a significant number of important and beautiful works of chamber music, almost all of which is surprisingly little known. This opening concert of the Rodrigo series highlights masterworks of chamber music composed between 1929 and 1982. The first program will include works for violin and piano such as Set Cançons Valencianes (Seven Valencian Songs), Rumaniana and the brilliant Sonata pimpante as well as Siciliana and Sonata a la breve for cello and piano.
Attendance is free, but please RSVP by emailing the Hispanic Society at email@example.com.
Click below to view the full text of the pre-concert lecture (PDF).
6 December 2018
6:30 pm (pre-concert lecture)
7:00 pm (concert)
American Academy of Arts & Letters
632 West 156 Street, NYC
The next concerts in the series will be in the spring of 2019, on April 4 and May 2. You can view the home page for the series here.