Expansive and hollow tones evoke a rural horizon in Miklós Rózsa’s transportive Sonata for 2 violins. Perhaps you’ll gaze over the folk regions of the composer’s native Hungary, or the endless deserts of America where he lived and wrote Hollywood scores as big as Ben-Hur. Brahms’ String Sextet No.1 introduces four more talented musicians to our stage. Open your ears to the lower tones of the cello and viola that begin this fetching chamber affair. Soon, our two violins will join in to share melody and harmony once again.
1h20m no interval