This program, drawn from the 19th century, includes Schubert’s Rondo Brillante, an unknown gem rarely heard in the concert hall, Loeffler’s post-romantic Rhapsodies, which bring together mysticism and folksong, and Fauré’s most popular work, his Piano Quartet, which was the first music from his pen after a painful divorce.
Rondo Brillante for Violin and Piano
Two Rhapsodies for Oboe, Viola, and Piano
Piano Quartet no. 1, Op. 15
Aaron Boyd, Susie Park
Ara Gregorian, Hyobi Sim