The Georgetown Epiphany Festival is excited to bring you three diverse programs, featuring music you would otherwise be unable to hear this concert season.
Concert #1: Sunday, January 6th at 4 p.m.
Although the centerpiece of this program is Brahms’ unusually scored trio for horn, violin, and piano, three pieces on the first half, by Jennifer Higdon, Max Bruch, and Franz Schreker, add flair to the unfamiliar combinations of violin, clarinet, horn, cello, and piano.
Concert #2: Friday, January 11th at 7:30 p.m.
An Evening of Song
Long a beloved choral work, Brahms’ Liebeslieder Walzer are heard here in their original form for four solo vocalists and four-hands piano. Also featured are songs by Florent Schmitt and Lili Boulanger, the vibrant French composer whose life was cut tragically short.
Schoenberg’s gorgeous op. 9 Kammersymphonie is a bold work that bravely straddles the line between high romanticism and free atonality. Hear it paired with Mozart, whose stunning C minor Serenade for 8 winds is featured in its entirety.
All performances take place at historic Dumbarton United Methodist Church
3133 Dumbarton St NW
Washington DC, 20007