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Our City, Your Orchestra: Franklin Institute

Monday
Oct 26, 2020, 7:00 PM

Performance Details

Juliette Kang Violin
Burchard Tang Viola
Priscilla Lee Cello
Joseph Conyers Double Bass
Samuel Caviezel Clarinet
Daniel Matsukawa Bassoon
Jennifer Montone Horn

Program includes:

Beethoven Selections from Septet in E-flat major

Juliette Kang (first associate concertmaster), Burchard Tang (viola), Priscilla Lee (associate principal cello), Joseph Conyers (acting associate principal bass), Samuel Caviezel (associate principal clarinet), Daniel Matsukawa (principal bassoon), and Jennifer Montone (principal horn) perform at The Franklin Institute, one of America’s most celebrated museums dedicated to the spirit of inquiry and discovery embodied by Benjamin Franklin. The program includes the first and fourth movements from Beethoven’s Septet, as well as Halloween-themed arrangements by Matsukawa in celebration of the museum’s upcoming Franklin Fright event for families.

 

Juliette Kang holds the Joseph and Marie Field Chair.
Joseph Conyers holds the Tobey and Mark Dichter Chair.
Samuel Caviezel holds the Sarah and Frank Coulson Chair.
Daniel Matsukawa holds the Richard M. Klein Chair.
Jennifer Montone holds the Gray Charitable Trust Chair.

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Sponsors

Partner locations include the National Marian Anderson Museum, Harriett’s Bookshop, the Historic Belmont Mansion/Underground Railroad Museum, The Franklin Institute, and more. Repertoire is chosen specifically for, and in collaboration with, each location to speak to its unique mission, as well as interviews with leaders at each venue also help to tell their stories.

Other upcoming performance locations include NextFab, Taller Puertorriqueño, the Woodmere Art Museum, and Project HOME with more locations to be announced.

Sponsorship

Our City, Your Orchestra is supported in part by the William Penn Foundation, with additional support provided through the PNC Arts Alive initiative and the National Endowment for the Arts.

William Penn Foundation

 

PNC Arts Alive

National Endowment for the Arts