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What Makes It Great? Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata

Monday | October 5 2020 | 7 pm


Beethoven, the Pandemic & the Power of Connection

Featuring Duo Prism: Jesse Mills, violin and Rieko Aizawa, piano
Watch Rob Kapilow introduce this series.
Listen to iconic masterpieces with new ears as NPR & PBS music commentator, conductor, composer, author and pianist Rob Kapilow shows you what you've been missing!

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Beethoven wrote his celebrated Kreutzer Sonata at a pivotal moment in his life, when a major psychological breakdown had radically altered his artistic vision and sparked a musical and personal self-reinvention. The result was an extraordinary, conflicted, contradictory masterpiece – the first radically individual violin sonata in the history of music.

All Fall 2020 Kaufman Music Center performances are online, filmed in safe, socially distanced locations observing health and safety protocols, and streamed to the safety of your home.

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