March 16, 2020
The East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO) brings together the country’s finest string players from leading string quartets and major orchestras, and its “tonal radiance” is a wonder to behold. (New York Times) The “enterprising” ensemble (New Yorker) will perform Beethoven’s searing “Serioso” Quartet, arranged for string orchestra, as well as romantic music by Clara Schumann, arranged by ECCO violinist, Michi Wiancko.
Beethoven — String Quartet in F Minor, op. 95 (“Serioso”), arr. string orchestra
Clara Schumann — A Love Suite, arrangements by Michi Wiancko
Additional work TBA
Watch & Listen
ECCO performs and discusses their musical process
ECCO performs at the Naumburg series in Central Park
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