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FCM is pleased to present an exclusive streamed performance by clarinetist Anthony McGill, winner of the 2020 Avery Fisher Prize, joined by pianist Anna Polonsky, performing Brahms's Clarinet Sonata No. 2 and James Lee III's 2015 work, Ad Anah?. The performance concludes with a conversation on music and social justice issues with Roger Holland, DU faculty member and Director of the Spirituals P...
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On the snowy night of February 3rd, the Danish String Quartet performed an evening of Scandinavian folk music to a sold out crowd at Nocturne Jazz. Enjoy this recording of the Sønderho Bridal Trilogy, Pt. II., recorded as an encore the following night when the...
To celebrate its 50th Anniversary, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents the global premiere of the documentary film “Transcending: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Celebrates 50 Years.” The film premieres September 10. Visit the CMS website for more details.
Listen to another archival recording from The Danish String Quartet's two-night Beethoven celebration in February 2020. Here is the fourth movement of Beethoven's Quartet No. 9 in C major, Op. 59, no. 3, "Razumovsky," performed on February 5, 2020.