Five is great number for music. And in chamber music, composers have explored all diverse combination of instruments in making a quintet. This noon concert features Beethoven’s Quintet for piano and winds as well as Moritz Eggert’s quintet that takes inspiration from Mozart’s example, K. 452.
Beethoven Quintet for piano and winds
D’India Madrigals for five voices
Eggert Amadee, Amadee, for piano and winds (US premiere)
Willis, Owens, Matthew, Corwin, Williams, Chartrand, Netter, Couden, Chester, P.Walker, Shuldiner, D.Walker, Eggert, Roe, Begelman, Gelman, Zook