Andriessen 75: Cristina Zavalloni, Monica Germino & Andrea Rebaudengo Presented by Strathmore Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM Mansion
Cristina Zavalloni, voice Monica Germino, violin Andrea Rebaudengo, piano
Dutch composer Louis Andriessen has had a profound effect on music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Embracing a broad array of influences from Stravinsky to Count Basie, he has experimented with instrumentation and created an astonishing body of work. The evening includes works by Andriessen as well as Stravinsky, John Cage and The Beatles.
Supported in part by the Randy Hostetler Living Room Music Fund
Sponsored by Asbury Methodist Village.
ANDRIESSEN CAGE ANDRIESSEN STRAVINSKY
Letter from Cathy Six Melodies Base The owl and the pussycat Trois petites chansons Beatles Songs Xenia Fanfara Inclinata Le voile du bonheur Passeggiata in America e Ritorno
Tickets $25 (Stars $22.50)
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