Trinity Alps Chamber Music at MGMA

Trinity Alps Chamber Music Presents “Nocturnes: Nightfall Illuminated” at the Morris Graves Museum of Art!
Performance Date: October 25th, 7:00pm
Venue: Morris Graves Museum of Art
             636 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501
Admission price: FREE (suggested donation $20)


 
The Trinity Alps Chamber Music will be performing a FREE concert of world-class classical music at the Morris Graves Museum of Art on Sunday, October 25th at 7:00pm. If you missed the Trinity Chamber Music Festival’s spectacular performances at the Museum this summer, now is your chance to see them! They have grown to become one of the premiere presenters of classical chamber music in Northern California. In fitting with this organization's mission of making music available to everyone in these communities, all public concerts are listed as free events, with a suggested donation of $20 per person to benefit the organization.
 
Nocturnes: Nightfall Illuminated” will be a concert tracing the history of night music, from the elegant and lyrical works of Frederic Chopin and Nikolai Medtner, to exotic impressionist visions of Debussy and Ravel, to modern representations of darkness by composers such as Aaron Copland, Karol Szymanowski, and John Cage. The RossoRose duo, pianist Amy Zanrosso and violinist Alisa Rose, will be the featured artists for the concerts, and will be joined on stage by festival director and pianist Ian Scarfe. RossoRose have built impressive national and international careers, and have specialized in bringing to life the entire range of violin-piano duet repertoire, from the classical to the most modern. As proof of their dedication to bringing new music into the world, they will be giving the premiere performances of Rose's new work, “Nocturne for America.” Rose's music is inspired by her musical lineage, which includes folk and bluegrass styles as well as her rigorous classical training. This work was commissioned and is presented thanks to support from the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music.
 
The Morris Graves Museum of Art, located at 636 F Street, Eureka is open to the public noon-5p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults; $2 for seniors (age 65 and over) and students with ID; children 17 and under free; Museum members are free. Admission is always free for everyone on the first Saturday of every month, including First Saturday Night Arts Alive!, 6-9 p.m. and Mini Masters at 12p.m.

Date: 
Wednesday, October 25, 2017 - 7:00pm