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Postludes

Philadelphia Orchestra Chamber Postludes are a season-long series of intimate chamber music performances. Created in collaboration with the musicians of the Orchestra, each Postlude offers music carefully chosen to continue the experience of the afternoon’s matinee concert in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.

CHAMBER POSTLUDE I

October 5 following the matinee performance—Friday afternoon

Patrick Williams Flute
Peter Smith Oboe
Socrates Villegas Clarinet
Angela Anderson Smith Bassoon
Ernesto Tovar Torres Horn

Villa-Lobos - Quintet in the Form of a Chôros

Dara Morales Violin
Yu-Ting Chen Violin
Meng Wang Viola
John Koen Cello

Ginastera - Allectro violento ed agitato and Vivacissimo from String Quartet No. 1, Op. 20
Piazzolla - Oblivion and Libertango

 

CHAMBER POSTLUDE II

November 2 following the matinee performance—Friday afternoon

Jeffrey Lang Horn
Juliette Kang Violin
Natalie Zhu Piano (guest)

Brahms - Trio in E-flat major, Op. 40, for horn, violin, and piano

 

CHAMBER POSTLUDE III

February 15 following the matinee performance—Friday afternoon

Miyo Curnow Violin
Elina Kalendarova Violin
Kerri Ryan Viola
Kathryn Picht Read Cello

Bartók - String Quartet No. 2, Op. 17

 

CHAMBER POSTLUDE IV

February 22 following the matinee performance—Friday afternoon

Erica Peel Flute
Paul Demers Clarinet
Anthony Prisk Trumpet
Jeoung-Yin Kim Violin
Robert Cafaro Cello
Nathaniel West Bass
Luba Agranovsky Piano (guest)

Hummel - Septet militaire in C major, Op. 114, for flute, clarinet, trumpet, violin, cello, bass, and piano

 

CHAMBER POSTLUDE V

April 26 following the matinee performance—Friday afternoon

Julia Li Violin
Burchard Tang Viola
Priscilla Lee Cello
Jonathan Biss Piano (guest)

Brahms Piano Quartet No. 2 in A major, Op. 26