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Chamber concert
Chamber Music

Korngold, Villa-Lobos and Janáček

in the Target Atrium

Sun Feb 25, 2024

Orchestra Hall

Minnesota Orchestra musicians perform an intimate and wide-ranging chamber music program that features a piece by Heitor Villa-Lobos exploring the links between Bach and the music of Brazil, delightful incidental music by film scoring pioneer Erich Wolfgang Korngold, a work by Mikhail Glinka inspired by a wrecked love affair and steeped in Russian Romanticism, plus music from Trofim Lysenko and Leoš Janáček influenced by folk music of the composers’ heritage. 

Date & Time



    Bachianas Brasilieras No. 6

    1 min note

    One Minute Note

    Greg Milliren, flute
    J. Christopher Marshall, bassoon


    Suite from Much Ado About Nothing

    1 min note

    One Minute Note

    Ben Odhner, violin
    Susan Billmeyer, piano


    Trio in A major for Two Violins and Viola

    1 min note

    One Minute Note

    Alan Snow, violin
    Joanne Opgenorth, violin
    Sarah Switzer, viola


    Trio Pathétique

    1 min note

    One Minute Note

    Fei Xie, bassoon
    Gabriel Campos Zamora, clarinet
    Timothy Lovelace, piano


    String Quartet No. 2, Intimate Letters

    1 min note

    One Minute Note

    Susie Park, violin
    Sarah Grimes, violin
    Sam Bergman, viola
    Sonia Mantell, cello

Accessibility Services

  • Assistive Listening Devices
  • Service Animals
  • Wheelchair & Accessible Seating

Additional services are available upon request.

The Chamber Music Series is sponsored by Dr. Jennine and John Speier.

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