September 16, 2019
Emily Bruskin, violin
Julia Bruskin, cello
Andrea Lam, piano
The “engaging” Claremont Trio (New Yorker) starts the new season with a program that balances two impassioned trios by Brahms and Dvořák with two recent works by Gabriela Lena Frank (the Peruvian-inflected Folk Songs) and Helen Grime (the entrancing Three Whistler Miniatures, inspired by paintings).
Johannes Brahms – Trio No. 3 in C Minor, op. 101
Gabriela Lena Frank – Folk Songs
Antonín Dvořák – Trio No. 4 in E Minor, op. 90 (“Dumky”)
Helen Grime – Three Whistler Miniatures
Watch & Listen
The Claremont Trio performs Brahms
The Claremont Trio performs Folk Songs by Gabriela Lena Frank
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