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Houston New Arts Movement presents Soul-Stirring Strings

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The Houston New Arts Movement will host an evening of the lyrical and resonant sound of the cello. “Soul-Stirring Strings,” the second concert in their “Journeys and Dreams” season, will feature some of the greatest works written for cello and piano. These masterpieces bring to life the sonorous and robust qualities of an instrument close in range and dynamic to our own human voice, and thus, one of the most expressive of instruments.

The concert features French composer, Gabriel Faure’s Cello Sonata No. 1, Op. 109, a dramatic, passionate, and lyrical work, and Brahms’ Cello Sonata in E minor, the first sonata Brahms wrote for two instruments.

The performance on June 8 will be at St. Cyril of Alexandria, and the performance on June 14 will be at Houston Piano Company.

The Houston New Arts Movement will host an evening of the lyrical and resonant sound of the cello. “Soul-Stirring Strings,” the second concert in their “Journeys and Dreams” season, will feature some of the greatest works written for cello and piano. These masterpieces bring to life the sonorous and robust qualities of an instrument close in range and dynamic to our own human voice, and thus, one of the most expressive of instruments.

The concert features French composer, Gabriel Faure’s Cello Sonata No. 1, Op. 109, a dramatic, passionate, and lyrical work, and Brahms’ Cello Sonata in E minor, the first sonata Brahms wrote for two instruments.

The performance on June 8 will be at St. Cyril of Alexandria, and the performance on June 14 will be at Houston Piano Company.

The Houston New Arts Movement will host an evening of the lyrical and resonant sound of the cello. “Soul-Stirring Strings,” the second concert in their “Journeys and Dreams” season, will feature some of the greatest works written for cello and piano. These masterpieces bring to life the sonorous and robust qualities of an instrument close in range and dynamic to our own human voice, and thus, one of the most expressive of instruments.

The concert features French composer, Gabriel Faure’s Cello Sonata No. 1, Op. 109, a dramatic, passionate, and lyrical work, and Brahms’ Cello Sonata in E minor, the first sonata Brahms wrote for two instruments.

The performance on June 8 will be at St. Cyril of Alexandria, and the performance on June 14 will be at Houston Piano Company.

WHEN

WHERE

The Houston Piano Company
1600 W. 13th St.
Houston, TX 77008
http://www.artsmove.net/

TICKET INFO

$15-$20
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