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Museaux Trio

BRETT CAMPBELL
2:30 pm Sunday, May 19., Sunday May 19 | Free.
Tigard Public Library
13500 SW Hall Blvd.
 
Some of the 20th century’s most beguiling music was written for flute, harp and viola. The alluring combination pioneered by Claude Debussy’s gorgeous late sonata extends through to the other composers on this excellent program: Argentina’s Astor Piazzolla, contemporary American composer Libby Larsen and more. Oh, and Bach —not any of the dead ones, but the contemporary American composer Jan, whose lovely 1972 trio, Eisteddfodd, will be featured in this concert starring Third Angle and Oregon symphony violist Brian Quincey and PSU faculty members flutist Sydney Carlson and harpist Denise Fujikawa.



Where: Tigard Public Library
Phone: 684-6537
Address: 13500 SW Hall Blvd.

 
 
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