Chazen Museum of Art | Sunday Afternoon Live: A Special String Quintet

Sunday Afternoon Live: A Special String Quintet

Johanna Wienholts, Harp
Vinicius Sant’Ana, Violin
Sahada Buckley, Violin
Kayla Patrick, Viola
Trace Johnson, Cello
William Grant Still (1895-1978) – Ennanga for Harp and String Quartet (1958)
Buckley, Johnson, Patrick, Sant’Ana, Wienholts
Paul Wiancko (b. 1983) – American Haiku (2014)
Johnson, Patrick
Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) – O Canto Do Cisne Negro, ‘Song of the Black Swan’, from Naufrágio de Kleônicos (1917)
Mark Landson – Dream on a Cirrus Sky (2001)
Richard Strauss – Romance No. 1 in D minor, Op. 243
Johnson, Wienholts
Mark Mellits (b. 1966) – Tom (2008)
Buckley, Johnson
Danish String Quartet – Selections from ‘Last Leaf’ (2017)
1. Polka from Dorotea
2. Tjønneblomen
3. Minuet No. 60
4. AE Rømeser
5. Shine You No More
Buckley, Johnson, Patrick, Sant’Ana
Arnold Bax (1883-1953) – Quintet for Strings and Harp (1919)
Buckley, Johnson, Patrick, Sant’Ana, Wienholts
Attendance is limited and tickets are required for a seat in the Sunday Afternoon Live audience section. Please arrive by 12:15 pm to find your seat, or your tickets may be forfeited to walk-in guests. Running late? Simply e-mail for us to hold your spot!
The Chazen Lobby will remain open to the public during the concert. Museum goers without tickets may still enjoy the concert from our café tables or while exploring the galleries.
Unable to join us live at the Chazen Museum of Art? A video of this performance will be live streamed on the Chazen Museum of Art Facebook page. No registration is required for streaming from home.