Eliza Garth recital

CLASSICAL MUSIC

April 25, 1996|By Stephen Wigler

Robert Schumann's great suite for piano, "Kreisleriana," takes its inspiration from the weird tales of E.T.A. Hoffman and, like that great writer's fiction, has the lingering impact of a vivid dream.

"Kreisleriana" will be the capstone of Eliza Garth's piano recital Monday -- the final concert in this season's Chamber Music Society of Baltimore series. Her program will also include music of the late Robert Hall Lewis, Ravel, Messiaen and George Benjamin and will present the world premiere of David Froom's "Piano Suite."

Garth's recital will be performed at 8 p.m. Monday at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Tickets are $15; $13 for BMA members and seniors; $5 for students. Call (410) 486-1140.

Pub Date: 4/25/96

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