#ClassicsaDay #FallConcert Week 3

What’s on the program for your local performing arts organization? The Classics a Day team wants to know! For the month of September, you’re invited to post a work that your local symphony, chamber music ensemble, or choral society will be performing this fall.

There’s a lot of great music-making going on. Let’s share it all!

I live in Central Virginia, so my posts showcase concerts in that area. I was pleasantly surprised at the variety and imagination of the programming. (I hope you will be, too.) Here are my posts for the third week of #FallConcert

09/19/22 Maxim Berezovsky: Sonata for violin and piano

Three Notch’d Road, the Virginia Baroque Ensemble opens their season on November 4. “Eastern Exotic: Slavic, Romanian & Hungarian” features music by Ukrainian composer Maxim Berezovsky.

 

09/20/22 Ivan Khandoshkin: Violin Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 3, No. 2

Khandoshkin was born in Ukraine and is described as the “finest Russian violinist of the 18th Century.” He’s featured on the opening concert of Three Notch’d Road Baroque Ensemble, on Nov. 4.

 

09/21/22 Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances Nos. 6, 14, and 5

The Charlottesville Symphony performs a selection of  Hungarian Dances at their opening concert on September 24.

 

09/22/22 Aaron Copland: Appalachian Spring

The Waynesboro Symphony will perform the orchestral suite from this ballet at their October 1 concert.

 

09/23/22 PDQ Bach: Schleptet in E-flat major

The Chamber Music Society of Virginia’s opening concert is “Just Kidding.” The lighter side of chamber music by Franz Joseph Haydn, Heinrich von Biber, and PDQ Bach.

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