Musical works act as aural records of turning points in the human story. This concert series offers a number of the most celebrated works of the canon, some reflecting major developments in thought and philosophy, and others showing the before and after of cataclysm.
Across four performances, the faculty and musicians of ANAM explore the breadth of political upheaval in music, from the enlightenment utopias of Mozart to the music born out of world war, to music birthed from revolution and protest, join us for this revolutionary journey to Brave New Worlds.
In 1900 André Caplet captured the mood of fin de siècle Paris in his Suite Persane – lush, exotic and shamelessly hedonistic. But this sweet indulgence was too good to last. Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring seems to have intuited the approaching barbarism of World War I, and Satie’s crazy Parade from the other side of that political disaster, replete with typewriter and pistol shots, rushes in like a breath of fresh air, blowing away the cobwebs of the past and defiantly proclaiming the arrival of the modern world.
André CAPLET Suite Persane
Germaine TAILLEFERRE Pastorale
Germaine TAILLEFERRE Forlane
Erik SATIE Parade
Igot STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring, arranged for piano duet
Timothy Young (ANAM Head of Piano) director/piano
Carla Blackwood (ANAM Faculty) horn
Timothy Young’s ANAM Faculty position is supported by an anonymous donor
Photo by Pia Johnson
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