2011 Series Program 13
For the final concert of the 2010 Bank of America Chamber Music Series at the Spoleto Festival USA, Geoff Nuttall breaks a Menotti tradition and surprises his audiences with the great Mendelssohn Octet for Strings.
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2011 Series Program 12

Listen out for virtuosity this week as the Bank of America Spoleto Chamber Music Series features extremely difficult works from the geographical gamut of classical music: America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe.

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2011 Series Program 11
From another concert at the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, Geoff Nuttall leads us through an evening of dance music.
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2011 Series Program 10
This week we hear all Bavarian music direct from the Spoleto Festival USA in the Dock Street Theatre at the heart of Charleston, South Carolina.
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2011 Series Program 9
Mozart's glorious Piano Quartet in E-flat and some musical stories told by Telemann and Schumann.
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2011 Series Program 8
A flashy Brandenburg Concerto brings a baroque orchestra onto stage, then Beethoven for four, Haydn for three, and to end the show, Bach for solo piano.
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2011 Series Program 7
Brahms gets new life - with a live performance of his Piano Quartet in G minor, and then a piano-roll recreation of a Hungarian Dance, with 4-hands worth of Brahms himself!
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2011 Series Program 6
Daniel Phillips, Pedja Muzievic and Todd Palmer play Contrasts by Bela Bartok, Tara Helen O'Connor offers a Mozart Flute Quartet; plus a Stephen Prutsman song cycle performed by Dawn Upshaw.
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2011 Series Program 5
Chamber Music director Geoff Nuttall joins to play one of his favorite pieces: the Faure Piano Quartet, and violinist Livia Sohn plays "Sink or Swim" by composer-in-residence Jonathan Berger.
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2011 Series Program 4
Members of the St. Lawrence String Quartet take on Beethoven's Grosse Fuge, and Alisa Weilerstein plays in an Arensky quartet scored for violin, viola and two cellos.
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2011 Series Program 3
It's the St. Lawrence String Quartet plus one, times two: Gumboots, a clarinet quintet with Todd Palmer soloing, and pianist Stephen Prutsman joins them for Dohnanyi's Opus 1.
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2011 Series Program 2
Some unexpected repertoire along side the likes of Bach and Haydn: an arrangement of a song by the rock band "Yes" takes the stage of the Dock Street Theatre.
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2011 Series Program 1
Violinist Geoff Nuttall begins his inaugural season as director of the Chamber Music Series at Spoleto Festival USA in the newly renovated Dock Street Theatre in the heart of old Charleston.
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