Hilbert Museum Concert
Pacific Symphony String Quartet:
Jeanne Skrocki: 1st Violin
Yen-Ping Lai: 2nd Violin
Adam Neeley: Viola
Laszlo Mezo: Cello
Laszlo Mezo: cello
Lloyd Black: cello
Lorianne Frelly: cello
Haley Hedegard: cello
Katie Kotar: cello
Isabella Pepke: cello
Charlie Story: cello
This concert is part of the INTERPLAY Festival of arts and ideas, presented by Chapman University and Pacific Symphony, in association with Chapman University's College of Performing Arts and the Hilbert Museum of California Art.
Enjoy a FREE chamber music concert by a string quartet from Pacific Symphony along with a Chapman cello ensemble, led by cellist Laszlo Mezo, lecturer at Chapman University and member of Pacific Symphony. What better way to enjoy great music than in a venue surrounded by fine art by many of California's most noted artists? FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Seating is limited and will be first-come, first-served. Limited standing room in the back. California wine and cheese reception to follow the performance.
The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, which opened in 2016, was founded thanks to the generosity of founders Mark and Janet Hilbert. The Hilbert Collection – which includes oils, watercolors, sketches and lithographs of urban and industrial scenes, coastal views, farms, ranches and landscapes of everyday life – is a significant repository of images of the 20th century by California artists, celebrating the unique artistic and cultural development of the Golden State.
The program features a number of composers (George Antheil, Lou Harrison & Terry Riley) who were writing music in California around the time of the art works being shown in the exhibit.
Henry Purcell: Fantasia in 4 parts – (ChapCelli Ensemble)
Lou Harrison String Quartet Set: III. Estampe
Henry Purcell: In Nomine in 6 parts – (ChapCelli Ensemble)
Terry Riley: G song
Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 4: III Non troppo lento, IV Allegretto pizzicato
Arvo Pärt: Fratres - (ChapCelli Ensemble)
Philip Glass: Quartet No. 4 “Buczak”: Part 3
George Antheil: String Quartet No. 3: IV. Allegro Giocoso