Schedule - Friday, 2 November 2012

Lincoln Center: Alice Tully Hall, Starr Theater
New York, New York
Friday, 2 November 2012 - 7:30 PM
Violinist Arnaud Sussmann joins the oft-paired pianist Inon Barnatan and cellist Alisa Weilerstein for works of reflection and reaction. Mozart’s E minor Sonata was written following the death of his mother, Chopin’s ultimately triumphant Cello Sonata was penned in the midst of personal challenges, and Smetana poured his heart into composing after the death of his daughter, creating a masterpiece that simultaneously embodies pain, love, and faith in a better future.
Presenter: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano in E minor, K 304 (300c)
Artists: Inon Barnatan (Piano); Arnaud Sussmann (Violin)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Chopin: Nocturnes (2) for Piano, Op. 48
Artist: Inon Barnatan (Piano)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Chopin: Nocturne for Piano in E minor, Op. 72 no 1
Artist: Inon Barnatan (Piano)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Chopin: Nocturne for Piano in C sharp minor, B 49/Op. posth.
Artist: Inon Barnatan (Piano)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Chopin: Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, B 160/Op. 65
Artists: Inon Barnatan (Piano); Alisa Weilerstein (Cello)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Smetana: Trio for Piano and Strings in G minor, B 96/T 64/Op. 15
Artists: Inon Barnatan (Piano); Arnaud Sussmann (Violin); Alisa Weilerstein (Cello)
Ensemble: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
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