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Atlantic Classical Orchestra: Chamber Music Series
The thirteenth season of the Vero Beach Museum of Art and the Atlantic Classical Orchestra’s celebrated partnership begins in January 2021. You will not want to miss this intimate gathering in Holmes Great Hall. Tickets include admission to the galleries, so come early to take in the exhibitions.
Series: $90 Museum Members/ACO Subscribers ($105 non-museum members/ACO subscribers)
Individual seats: $35 Museum Members/ACO Subscribers ($50 non-museum members/ACO subscribers)
$5 Students and Children
Space is limited; pre-registration is required
Sunday, January 17, 2021| 3pm
Game of Pairs
Kodály Duo for violin and cello
Ravel Sontata for violin and cello
Handel – Halvorsen Passacaglia for Violin and Viola
The combination of violin and cello has long inspired composers to fuse the best qualities of chamber music-making—like conversational, spontaneous interactions—with the best qualities of virtuoso soloists—pyrotechnic, full-throttle technical displays. This concert features three works that walk that line expertly. Kodály’s emotionally charged duo (1914) Is inspired in equal parts by the music and language of his native Hungary, and the looming Great War. Ravel’s Sonata, written in memory of Debussy, is lean, cool, and austere. Finally, a stunning, acrobatic arrangement of Handel’s Passacaglia is equal parts Halvorsen—himself a brilliant violinist, as it is music of the great English Baroque composer.
Sunday, February 7, 2021 | 3pm
Amy Beach String Quartet
Dvořák String Quartet No. 12, op. 96, American Quartet
This program features two distinctly American works. Amy Beach’s lyrical String Quartet marries Alaskan Inuit tunes with traditional Western techniques. Dvořák’s ever-popular American Quartet, written during his time in a Czech community in Spillville, Iowa, is redolent with the language and vernacular of folk song and spirituals—all wrapped up in Dvorak’s mastery of form and drama.
Sunday, March 7, 2021 | 3pm
A Little Night Music
Reger Serenade, op. 141
Beethoven Serenade for string trio in D Major, op. 8-1
We feature two wonderful Serenades by Beethoven and Reger. Though most serenades were written as concert works, they pay allegiance to their heritage as entertainment music played for the amusement and enjoyment of a party-going audience. These works are no exception. Though written more than a century apart, they share a buoyancy, lightness of spirit, and an appealing intimacy.
Supporting Sponsor: Kay and Rohit Desai
David Amado, Music Director, Atlantic Chamber Orchestra