Adam Levin, guitar
William Knuth, violin
Appealing to both classical and “crossover” audiences, this guitar/violin duo explores the diversity of Ibero-American music by such composers as Montsalvatge and Morales-Caso along with traditional repertoire by Bach, Corelli and Handel. “Stunning…a loose-limbed, easy virtuoso ‘cool’ and beguiling tonal warmth” (BBC Music Magazine).
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: Strathmore
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