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A Thousand Tales Sung: Schumann, Gideon, Szymanowski, Harrison & Brahms

Presented by Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston at First Church in Boston, Boston MA

Feb 26 - 27 2022
A Thousand Tales Sung: Schumann, Gideon, Szymanowski, Harrison & Brahms

Chameleon Arts Ensemble opens its winter chamber music season with five fantastical tales of whimsy and enchantment by Schumann, Szymanowski, Miriam Gideon, Lou Harrison, and Brahms.

Chameleon Arts Ensemble opens its winter chamber music season with “a thousand tales sung” featuring five fantastical works of whimsy and enchantment. Robert Schumann’s Märchenerzählungen for clarinet, viola, and piano transports us to a magical world of innocence and fairy tales while Miriam Gideon offers a parody of children’s verse with her Rhymes from the Hill for soprano, clarinet, cello, and marimba. Karol Szymanowski’s 1915 Mythes for violin and piano conjures shimmering

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Tickets are $49, $38 or $27 with $5 off for students and seniors.

Proof of vaccination and masks required for entry. Seating will be limited and distanced, and advance purchase is recommended. View full safety protocols at https://chameleonarts.org/safety-protocols/

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First Church in Boston

66 Marlborough St., Boston, MA 02116

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