You will be transported to the Parisian salon of Pauline Viardot, the famous venue that presented every great musician of 19th century Europe. All the music included in this program, the great Fauré G Major Sonata and the haunting Ravel Tziganev among others, premiered at this salon. Performed by Levine faculty artists Natasha Bogachek, violin, and Dasha Gabay, piano.
Event begins at 7:00PM
Presented by: Levine School of Music
Featured Artist(s): Natasha Bogachek, violin, and Dasha Gabay, piano
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