With its generous buffet of inviting ensembles, Opera NEO’s second installment of Mozart’s earnest yet fanciful moral fable, “The Magic Flute,” made its online debut Saturday, September 5.
SummerFest 2020 signed off Saturday, August 29, with a bit of J. S. Bach and Serge Prokofiev, but centered on an exuberant slalom through Schubert’s “Trout” Piano Quintet, D. 667.
In Friday’s online concert of SummerFest 2020, Alisa Weilerstein combined discovery and amazing virtuoso execution in Kodály’s Sonata for Solo Cello. The program also included a Mozart Violin Sonata and the Suk Piano Quartet.
The sophisticated Gallic ambience of Gabriel Fauré’s First Sonata for Violin and Piano at Wednesday’s (August 26) SummerFest 2020 program proved as welcome as a cool breeze wafting from the La Jolla cove on a muggy summer afternoon.
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