This performance is part of Lincoln Center's Big Umbrella Festival.
Program curated for ages 3-6
Explore the up-close and friendly world of chamber music in the intimate Rose Studio.
When legendary violinist Niccolò Paganini took the stage, audiences believed some form of magic must help him to play so well. The music he wrote, and the way he played violin forever changed the musical world. How did he do it? Join host Rami Vamos and CMS artists for an interactive exploration of tempo, pitch, and articulation. Find out if the magic of Paganini can turn you into a musical virtuoso too!
This CMS Kids program is a Relaxed Performance, an inclusive concert experience in a judgment-free environment. This performance is less formal and more supportive of sensory, communication, movement and learning needs.
Selections will be played from the repertoire listed below.
- Paganini “Minuetto” and “Adagio” from Terzetto concertante in D major for Violin, Guitar, and Cello (1833)
- Paganini Caprice No. 24 for Violin, Op. 1 (c. 1805)
- Paganini Cantabile in D major for Violin and Guitar (1823)
- Paganini Introduction and Variations on 'Dal tuo stellato soglio' from Rossini's Mosè in Egitto for Violin and Guitar (1819)
- Beethoven Duo in C major for Violin and Cello, WoO 27 (1790-92)
- Schulhoff "Zingaresca" from Duo for Violin and Cello (1925)
This event will take place at the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio. Please click here for more information on the venue.
This concert is made possible by the Frank and Helen Hermann Foundation.