Peter Minkler, viola & Jeremy Gill, piano Presented by Strathmore Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 3:00 PM Mansion
Strathmore celebrates the music of composer, Jeremy Gill, acclaimed for its expressive power, captivating drama and “superb sound pictures” (Philadelphia Inquirer). This afternoon’s program, performed by Baltimore Symphony Orchestra violist and Mary Sawyers Baker Prize winner, Peter Minkler, together with Gill at the piano, includes Gill’s critically acclaimed solo piano work Book of Hours and the world premiere of a new, as yet untitled work for solo viola. The concert also includes sonatas by Arthur Honegger and George Rochberg. Discover this gifted violist who has been described as a musician possessing eloquent depth of expression, and of whom John Peter Thompson of the Prince Georgian wrote, “If you get a chance to hear Mr. Minkler perform, you need to grab it.”
Sponsored by Asbury Methodist Village.
Tickets $25 (Stars $22.50)
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