Houston New Arts Movement presents Reflections
Take a moment to reflect with the Houston New Arts Movement, as they explore some of the greatest composers of music that inspires us to meditate, to recollect, and reflect on life. Hear great works by Estonian composer Arvo Part, that take their inspiration from ancient forms of chant and modal scales, and use his unique technique of “tintinnabulation,” a ringing out of music like bells. Enjoy the balance between personal expression and powerful structure of a Bach suite for solo violin, and hear great solo piano works from Chopin and Schumann that speak to the soul, and lead us to the powerful and massive Rachmaninoff Sonata for Cello and Piano, which sings listeners through its complexities, and endless lyrical melodies.
Musicians include Adam Vincent Clay (pianist, and founder), Laura Cividino (violinist), and Will Kremer (cellist).