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Invitation to Enchantment
We are excited to bring you the opening of our 2020 season LIVE over Facebook and Youtube!
Join HNAM in an evening of exquisite music from French composers. The first concert of our 2020 season explores some beloved French compositions and some not-so-often performed gems.
Come hear the soaring and passionate melodies of Cesar Franck, and the driving rhythms of Francis Poulenc’s Violin Sonata (which was dedicated to Spanish poet Federico Lorca). Experience the peaceful and flowing works of Erik Satie as they transport you into the pure sound of the piano, and let Ravel’s mastery of compositional form and resonance of the piano transport you into his impressionistic landscapes. Explore the grand epic of lesser-known master Léon Boëllmann’s Sonata for Cello and Piano in A minor: a work of technical and emotional virtuosity in equal measure for cellist and pianist.
“Léon Boëllmann’s final work is a masterpiece of technical and emotional writing for the cello and piano.” says Adam Vincent Clay. “It takes wonderful advantage of the sonorities of both instruments in the romantic style, and deserves to be performed more often.”
Saturday, August 29th,
LIVE on Facebook Live and Youtube from:
Houston Piano Company
1600 W. 13th St.
Houston, TX 77008
More info soon!
Saturday April 9th, 7:30 PM
St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church Join us on the next leg of our World Journey’s series to France! In this concert, we explore the music of great French composers Faure, Ravel, Debussy, Cesar Franck, and others. Visual artwork from local Houston artist Vena Ashley will be on display, and French cuisine will be available. Get your tickets today for a discount! Our second performance will be at Houston Piano Company in the Heights! Visit our events page for more info! We have a new member Leah Ann Brashear, who will be singing vocal works on this concert. Read more about her on our ensemble page!