Chamber Music in the Amphitheater, with Eos Ensemble

This event has reached capacity and is sold out.

With its secluded location and perfect acoustics, the Redwood Amphitheater is the ideal place to enjoy classical music and jazz in an intimate outdoor setting, under the open sky.

We welcome Eos Ensemble, an accomplished chamber music group composed mainly of members of the San Francisco Opera orchestra, for a program of string quartets:

String Quartet in F Major
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Allegro moderato – Très doux 
Assez vif – Très rythmé 
Très lent 
Vif et agité 

String Quartet in F, op. 96
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
Allegro ma non troppo 
Lento 
Molto vivace 
Finale: vivace ma non troppo

 

A glass of wine, beer, or non-alcoholic beverage is included.

We will be observing all relevant health and safety measures for this event. Admission is limited.

 

This event generously sponsored by Keegan & Coppin

Cost

$20.00

Date

Sep 02 2021
Expired!

Time

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Questions? email info@maringarden.org or call 415-455-5260

Location

Redwood Amphitheater
Marin Art and Garden Center

Speaker

  • Eos Ensemble
    Eos Ensemble

    The Eos Ensemble, founded by violinist Craig Reiss, is an exciting chamber music group comprised mainly of members of the San Francisco Opera orchestra. The goal of the group is to present concerts of wide ranging musical styles and instrumental combinations. We offer the opportunity to hear these talented musicians rise from the pit to the stage, playing everything from Beethoven to Ligeti. Audiences throughout the Bay Area have been thrilled to experience the artistry normally reserved for the grand canvas of opera transformed to the intimacy of chamber music. The Eos Ensemble has received grants from Music Performance Trust Fund and KIDDO! to present educational concerts in the Mill Valley schools. They also recently performed on the national radio broadcast “West Coast Live.” San Francisco Classical Voice said, “Every little detail was perfectly in place and meticulously balanced… They played with genuine depth and power.”

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