Evenings at Peabody

Music

February 17, 2000|By Karen Keys

Enjoy two evenings of classical music. Members of the Peabody Preparatory Faculty will present a recital tonight that includes Dussek's "Sonata for Harp," performed by harpist Michaela Trnkova, and Poulenc's "Sonata," performed by David Drosinos and Bradley Permenter. The program will also feature work by Mozart, Claude Debussy, Astor Piazzola, Katherine Hoover and Jennifer Higdon.

Return Saturday when Peabody Camerata, conducted by Gene Young, will perform Anton von Webern's "Five Pieces for Small Orchestra, Op. 10" and John Cage's "Suite for Toy Piano." The evening will also include music by Brandt, Schoenberg, Henry Cowell and Randolph Coleman.

The Peabody Preparatory Faculty will perform 8 p.m. today in Leakin Hall. Enter at 609 N. Charles St. The Peabody Camerata will perform 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Griswold Hall, 1 E. Mount Vernon Place. Admission to both concerts is free. Call 410-659-8124.

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