At the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, InterHarmony® will present a rare opportunity to compare two titans of the Romantic period through their most beloved chamber works superlatively performed by a roster of internationally acclaimed musicians. On Saturday, March 24 at 2PM Brahms' 1st Piano Trio in B-major will share the stage with Tchaikovsky's String Sextet, Souvenir de Florence.
I have never heard a piece of his I haven’t admired and this one (Piano Quintet) was no exception. Jalbert is the real thing, a composer who has things to say and says them very, very, well." Huffington Post
The New York Times called American composer and harpist Hannah Lash’s work “striking and resourceful…handsomely brooding,” raving “you hoped to hear it again.” And artists have certainly agreed; her works have been commissioned by numerous orchestras and string quartets, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra and JACK Quartet, and performed at the country’s top venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Disney Concert Hall, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Tanglewood Music Center, and Aspen Music Festival.
“One of the greatest concerts I have heard in my life…They have been compared to the legendary trio of the late pianist Arthur Rubinstein, violinist Jascha Heifetz and cellist Gregor Piatigorsky in the 1940’s. I thought this was an exaggeration until I heard them.” Reading Eagle