TWO LEGENDARY PHILADELPHIA PIANISTS, CHARLES ABRAMOVIC AND MARCANTONIO BARONE, WITH ARTISTIC DIRECTOR JAMES FREEMAN, IN WORKS FOR SOLO PIANO BY SIX LEGENDARY PHILADELPHIA COMPOSERS. AND MOZART!

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA FIRST EDITIONS PRESENTS:
PHILADELPHIA LEGENDS

Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, 7:30pm, Settlement School, Queen Street, Philadelphia 

Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, 3pm, Marshall Auditorium, Roberts Hall, Haverford College 

Pianists Charles Abramovic and Marcantonio Barone
Artistic Director: James Freeman

W.A. MOZART, Fugue in g minor, for piano, four-hands, K. 401
RICHARD WERNICK, “Pieces of Eight,” for solo piano
VINCENT PERSICHETTI, “Poems for Piano,” Op. 4
SAMUEL BARBER, “Nocturne,” Op. 33, for solo piano
GEORGE ROCHBERG, “Four Short Sonatas,” for solo piano
Celebrating the composer’s 100th birthday
GEORGE CRUMB, “A Little Suite for Christmas, A.D. 1979,” for solo piano
W.A. MOZART, “Theme and Variations in G Major,” K. 501, for piano, four hands

A half-hour onstage discussion with the musicians will precede each concert.

All COFE concerts and masterclasses are free and open to the public.

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MOZART THE ROMANTIC, AT AGE 17 and 29 WITH PIANIST GILBERT KALISH, AND TWO NEW COMMISSIONED WORKS

Sunday, January 27, 2019, 3pm, Lang Concert Hall, Swarthmore College

W.A. MOZART, Symphony no. 25 in g minor, K. 183 (1773)
DAVID FINKO, “Glory,” new commissioned work
DAVID CRUMB, “Vocalise,” new commissioned work
W.A. MOZART, Piano Concerto no. 20 in d minor, K. 466 (1785)

A half-hour onstage discussion with the musicians will precede each concert.

All COFE concerts and masterclasses are free and open to the public.

Mr. Kalish will offer a piano masterclass on Saturday, Jan. 26, 4pm, at Lang Concert Hall.