“Two people are walking through a bare, cold wood; the Moon keeps pace with them and draws their gaze.” – from the poem Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night) Richard Dehmel
We welcome violinist Daniel Ching (Miró Quartet) and Alan Rafferty (Cincinnati Symphony) back to Charleston to join musicians of Chamber Music Charleston for two masterworks of the String Sextet repertoire. Opening with Schoenberg’s groundbreaking one-movement work based on the poem of the same name by Richard Dehmel, the program concludes with Brahms’ glorious Sextet in G Major.
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ABOUT THE VENUE
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