CAMARADA Presents Bach & Brahms, A Passionate Music Of Two Superstars
Born 200 hundred years apart, the shared passion of these superstar composers is celebrated in this concert, brought to us by Camarada, dedicated to Johann Sebastian Bach and Johannes Brahms.
Centuries have passed, but the work of both musical geniuses continues to inspire and lives on today, and have even been featured in popular films and television shows including: The Godfather, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Bridgerton (Netflix), Ocean’s 8, The Simpsons, The Pianist, Disney’s Fantasia, Minority Report, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Se7en, The West Wing, Silence of The Lambs…the list goes on.
Brahms’ youthful yet torrid Sonatensanz for violin and piano coupled with the treasured F minor Concerto by J.S. Bach for keyboard and strings are featured solos.
Dynamic soprano Tasha Koontz to perform
Dynamic soprano, and San Diego Opera favorite, Tasha Koontz joins Camarada for a debut performance singing Brahms Op. 91 for voice, viola, and piano and one of the brilliant Italian Cantatas by J.S. Bach, Non sa che sia Dolore. Bach’s robust Orchestral Suite #2 for flute and string ensemble frames this program with narration by Robert J. Hughes.
Don’t miss this heavenly afternoon of music for the ages:
- Tasha Koontz, soprano
- Beth Ross Buckley, flute
- David Buckley, violin
- Angela Xing, violin
- Travis Maril, viola
- Joanna Morrison, cello
- Mackenzie Leighton, double bass
- Dana Burnett, keyboards
- Robert J. Hughes, narrator
Kindly underwritten by Jeff Barnouw
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See you there, San Diego!