Commissioned by Nikolai Bernard, editor of the musical periodical Le Nouvelliste, the story behind the creation of this piece will captivate you and the fanciful titles, poetic mottos, and of course the music will delight you. Performed by pianist and Levine faculty artist Efi Hackmey.
Ticket holders will have special access to pre-concert museum and garden self-guided touring beginning at 6:00 PM
Event begins at 7:00PM
Presented by: Levine School of Music
Featured Artist(s): Efi Hackmey
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