AQUARIUS COMPOSERS ; Concert & Chat

CV_Interior_6We’re looking forward to sharing with you a romantic & energetic program of Mozart, Schubert and Mendelssohn as the “Aquarius Composers”. Before giving more details about th​is Sunday’s​ program; PLEASE UPDATE YOUR NOTES that we have a VENUE CHANGE ; JANUARY 24, AQUARIUS CONCERT WILL BE HELD AT CAFFE VIVALDI BY THE FIREPLACE! 
On a snowy Sunday, this will surely be an afternoon to remember. 
Purchase TICKETS ONLINE, for us to reserve your seats, we are most likely to sell out.
AQUARIUS COMPOSERS
with CHATTY PIANIST Emir GAMSIZOGLU
January 24, 4:00pm (PLEASE ARRIVE AT 3:30pm)
Caffe Vivaldi – 32 Jones Street, NYC
PROGRAM ; CONCERT & CHAT

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791)
KV 457 – Piano Sonata in C Minor – What is a Sonata and what are the Aquarian influences in Mozart’s character?
KV 331 – Piano Sonata in A Major, “Alla Turca” – How was Mozart inspired by the Turkish culture? Hear it from a Turkish pianist!

Franz Peter SCHUBERT (1797-1828)
D.780 – Russian Air – No.3 from 6 Moments Musicaux – Schubert’s life & legacy
D.899 – Impromptu No.2 in E Flat Major – Aquarian inventiveness & humanitarianism in Schubert
D.935 – Impromptu No.3 in B Flat Major – Theme & 5 Variations – Become a “wanderer” in Paris in romantic style thorough a visual collage

Felix MENDELSSOHN (1809-1847)
Gondola Songs from Songs without Words – Join us for a gondola ride in Venice!
Op.19, No.6 in G Minor
Op.30, No.6 in F# Minor
Op.102, No.3 in A Minor, “Tarantelle” – Italian influence in Mendelssohn’s music
Op.14 – Rondo Cappriccioso – The role of his lovers and his family in Mendelssohn’s music and his legacy as a “multitasker”

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