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The opening concert of the chamber series begins, appropriately, with a lyrical and sunny Mozart string quintet. The following concertino by Schulhoff shows the composer’s love of folk music, including references to Carpathian folk songs and the Moravian flute-seller’s call on the streets of Prague. The final piece, by Ravel, was his first and only string quartet, and alludes to his Spanish heritage.
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – String Quintet No. 3 in C major, K. 515
ERWIN SCHULHOFF – Concertino for flute, viola and double bass
MAURICE RAVEL – String Quartet in F major
Generously sponsored by Mary L. Bianco and the MOCA Foundation.