28 Summer Festival
Moonlight, Wood Island Light
Winslow Homer, 1894
Festival II: Revelations
Saturday, August 21, 2021 | 7:30 PM
Hannaford Hall, USM | Portland
Revelations takes listeners on a communal musical journey, free from intellectual concepts like genre, era, or even composer. Musicians will offer insights along the way, but the program details won’t be shared until after the concert. Fascinating for the lifelong music aficionado as well as chamber music newbies, this uniquely personal and innovative concert experience explores the pure pleasure of simply listening to great music performed by some of the world’s most in-demand and charismatic chamber artists.
Josquin des Prez Mille Regretz (arr. for string quartet by Maureen Nelson)
Carlos Simon An Elegy: A Cry from the Grave for String Quartet (2015)
Tai Murray, Jennifer Elowitch, violins; Melissa Reardon, viola; Raman Ramakrishnan, cello
Valerie Coleman Danza de la Mariposa for Solo Flute (2008)
Alex Sopp, flute
Luigi Boccherini Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D Major, G. 448 'Fandango' (1798)
Tai Murray, Hao Zhou, violins; Melissa Reardon, viola; Raman Ramakrishnan, cello; João Luiz, guitar
Olivier Messiaen Quatuor pour la fin du temps (1940-41)
III. Abîme des oiseaux ("Abyss of the birds") for Solo Clarinet
Todd Palmer, clarinet
Astor Piazzolla Histoire du Tango for Violin and Guitar (1986)
II. Café 1930
III. Nightclub 1960
Hao Zhou, violin; João Luiz, guitar
Maurice Ravel Introduction and Allegro (1905)
Alex Sopp, flute; Todd Palmer, clarinet; Bridget Kibbey, harp; Tai Murray, Jennifer Elowitch, violins; Melissa Reardon, viola; Raman Ramakrishnan, cello
~Attending Live? Please note that masks are required for all patrons at all times. We respectfully request that unvaccinated patrons enjoy the free live stream of this concert online rather than attend in person.
~Listening Online? The concerts will be live streamed for free on our YouTube channel (see below). The archived streams will be available to view for 24 hours.
After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."