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What Makes It Great? Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata

Monday, November 02, 2015  |  7:30pm

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Click here to listen to this concert broadcast on WWFM.

Hosted by NPR Commentator/Conductor/Pianist Rob Kapilow
Featuring Nurit Pacht, violin and Taisiya Pushkar, piano

Beethoven wrote his celebrated Kreutzer Sonata at a pivotal point in his life and career, when a major psychological breakdown had radically changed his artistic vision and sparked a musical and personal self-reinvention. Host Rob Kapilow explores what makes this conflicted, contradictory piece the first radically individual violin sonata in the history of music.

Watch Rob introduce this concert:

Merkin Concert Hall

Tel: 212 501 3330
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