Burlington Ensemble – Precocious Prodigies

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Burlington Ensemble – Precocious Prodigies
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September 13, 2013 7:30 pm
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Burlington Ensemble presents “Precocious Prodigies”
Friday, September 13, 7:30 p.m.

Individual Tickets: $30 (SPPAC members save 10-20%)
Family 4-Pack: $80; extra tickets $20 each
Special“be-4” Ticket: We are pleased to offer a special price to attend all four shows in the b-4 series for $80.  Please call our Box Office at 802-760-4634 or click on the “Buy Tickets” button to purchase.

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130122_BurlingtonEnsemble_001This is the first event in our new Peak Classics Series and the first of four performances with the Burlington Ensemble!

With Burlington Ensemble (“be”) you’ll experience uncompromising musicianship, timeless and energetic music, and a fun evening out that helps you and your neighbors – making music with a social mission. “be” is a professional chamber music group that believes extraordinary music demands full community participation. “be” concerts raise funds for local non-profit organizations that benefit families, while simultaneously building new audiences for classical music, supporting local musicians, and building community. The September 13 performance features guest pianist Joe Goetz (VPR Afternoon Classical Host).

Repertoire includes:

  • Mendelssohn String Quartet Opus 13
  • Mozart Piano Quartet in G minor, K.478

 

Other performances in the “b-4″ series:


Friday, January 17, 2014

Burlington Ensemble: Named  Angels — A Mohammed Fairouz Musical Portrait

  • “Chorale Fantasy”
  • “Lamentation & Satire” (for string quartet)
  • “The Named Angels” (for string quartet)
  • “Pierrot Lunaire” (violin, cello, flute, clarinet and piano)

Mohammed Fairouz is one of today’s most successful and celebrated young composers at age 28.  His symphonies, operas and chamber music have been performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and around the US.  A native New Yorker, his music is intensely energetic, and includes reflections of his Arab-American heritage, as does New York today.  Burlington Ensemble (“be”) brings uncompromising musicianship and community participation to his work.  Fairouz will attend the concert and lead the pre-concert conversation.

Friday, March 21, 2014
Burlington Ensemble:  French Connection 

  • Faure Piano Quartet in c minor, Opus 15
  • D’Indy Quintet in g minor, Opus 81

Friday, April 4, 2014
Burlington Ensemble:Large Czechs

  • Suk Meditation, Opus 35
  • Suk String Quartet No.1 Opus 11
  • Dvorak Sextet in A, Opus 48