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Date(s):

March 22, 23*, 24, 2013

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Performances in Salinas & Carmel

Friday at 7:30pm

Steinbeck Institute for Arts and Culture, Salinas

Saturday at 3pm* and Sunday at 3pm

Sunset Center, Carmel
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Revolution

*Saturday, March 23 performance will be at 3:00 pm.

Revolution takes many forms. Though a “modern” composer, Rodrigo had nostalgia for courtly music of days long past, which pervades Three Old Dance Airs (1928/29), a perfect introduction to two works by early-Romantic masters on the cusp of revolution. Jean Louis Steuerman performs Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2, a display of technical and compositional bravado which showcases Beethoven’s own pianistic talents. Schubert’s Symphony No. 3, steeped in the past of Haydn and Mozart, chips away at Classical convention and hints at the Romanticism to come.

Jean Louis Steuerman Biography

 

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Max Bragado-Darman
conductor
Jean Louis Steuerman
piano
Joaquín Rodrigo
Tres Viejos Aires de Danza (“Three Old Dance Airs”)
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 19
Franz Schubert
Symphony No. 3 in D Major  
“What passion cannot music raise and quell?” ~John Dryden