Chamber Music @ AEIVA

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Join us for a free concert of chamber music, thoughtfully curated in response to artworks on display at AEIVA, and performed by some of Alabama’s top musicians. 

Performers: 
Pei-Ju Wu, violin 
Sarah Nordlund Dennis, violin 
Rene Reder, viola 
Lauren Peacock, cello 

Music: 
John Luther Adams "Three High Places" 
Selections from George Rochberg "String Quartet No. 6" 

Learn more about the musicians and the arrangements by downloading the event program.

“Chamber Music @ AEIVA” is a free concert series that aims to present quality chamber music in an engaging, inviting environment. The series offers semesterly concerts that connect music with the art on display at the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts (AEIVA). Past performers have included UAB faculty and Alabama Symphony members, and music has ranged from Dvorak and Ravel to world premieres by regional composers. The series was founded in 2015 and is co-sponsored by the UAB Department of Music and AEIVA.

Thursday, March 18 at 6:00pm

Virtual Event
Topic

Arts & Culture

Target Audience

Alumni & Donors, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Prospective Students

Tags

music

Website

https://www.alysstephens.org/events/v...

Cost

Free (registration required)

Department
Department of Music, UAB Visual and Performing Arts
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Senequa Malone

Senequa Malone left a positive review 3/20/2021

Beautiful!

Dr. Matthew Scott Phillips

Dr. Matthew Scott Phillips left a positive review 3/17/2021

Wonderful concert! This program has been a real highlight for our art and music community. I look forward to more!

Erica Watson

Erica Watson 3/3/2021

Performers:
Pei-Ju Wu, violin
Sarah Nordlund Dennis, violin
Rene Reder, viola
Lauren Peacock, cello

Music:
John Luther Adams "Three High Places"
Selections from George Rochberg "String Quartet No. 6"

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