NEMPAC Concert Series Presents: Portrait of a Power Couple
When Beethoven passed away in 1827, Schubert had the great responsibility of becoming the most revered and respected composer in Vienna.
Schubert wrote tributes about Beethoven in letter form and in his musical works.
This makes Beethoven and Schubert the power couple of Viennese society for the first half of the nineteenth century.
The development of classical and romantic music owes so much to these titans of the musical world.
Surrounded by visual inspiration in the beautiful and intimate Bijou de la Vida Art Gallery, the North End Concert Series presents this recital with Andrei Baumann, piano and John Nevergall, tenor, and with NEMPACís Executive Director Sherri Snow, soprano, and Artistic Director, Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano.
A wine and cheese reception, catered by Dare to Taste, will follow this prestigious performance.
Tickets are $25 online and $32 at the door (includes catered reception in a private art gallery).
To purchase tickets for this event, please follow the link:
Andrei Baumann, piano / Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano / Sherri Snow, soprano / John Nevergall, tenor
$25 online, $32 at the door
St. Stephen's Church, 401 Hanover Street, Boston, MA, 02109 map
Bijou de la Vida Art Gallery, 390 Commercial Street, North End Boston 02113
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