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WAITLIST ONLY (you will be notified via email if/when seats become available) VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE AVAILABLE HERE IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL EVENT* Musical Revolutionaries Monday, November 9 6:30 PM EST Free *Limited seating to allow for social distancing. Registration for this event is now open only to Temple Emanu-El members and Friends of The Streicker Center members. Others are invited to register for the waitlist (you will be notified via email if/when seats become available). Dawn of a New Day, by Matthew Evan-Taylor, represents the composer’s remarkable ability to evoke atmosphere through sound. A Middlebury College professor, he increasingly composes music that reflects the turbulence of American life. Duplicity, a string quartet by Anjna Swaminathan, weaves aspects of South Indian classical melodic and rhythmic vocabulary into the string quartet form. She was inspired by her mother, who engaged, she says, in "cultural duplicity" by shapeshifting between cultural, linguistic and traditional spaces. String Quintet, Op 29, by Ludwig van Beethoven, the master composer’s only work written for the unusual combination of a string quintet. WAITLIST FOR IN-PERSON TICKETS About the series: Orchestra of St. Luke’s: Diverse Voices Orchestra of St. Luke's returns to The Streicker Center for their 41st – 44th concerts, with four unique programs that bring together favorite works from the Classical era and music by living composers. Many of the latter composers have been championed in recent seasons through OSL’s Music in Color initiative. COMING UP Monday, November 16: Connections Across Time and Space Monday, November 23: Mozart and His Forgotten Peer Monday, November 30: Cello in Black and White WAITLIST - $0.00
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