Perfectly at home in the outdoors, the horn quartet has enjoyed a rich history from the forest to the concert hall. This program features composers highlighted by Bard Music Festivals of the past with a few modern classics that will inspire.
This performance is part of a free chamber music series in partnership with Bryant Park with programs curated by ASO musicians. Music-lovers will find a limited number of first-come, first-served chairs set up near the Bryant Park Fountain Terrace in front of the stage to enjoy an after-work respite with live music. Artists, staff, and audience members will be required to follow current public health guidelines including wearing masks and social distancing.
Carlos Chavez: Sonata for Four Horns
Johannes Brahms: Three Choral Pieces for Horn Quartet
Nikolai Tcherepnin: Horn Quartet Op. 35
Felix Mendelssohn: Selected Works
W.A. Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus
Richard Wagner: Pilgerchor aus “Tannhäuser”
Alfred Diewitz: Fidele Grünröcke
Lowell Shaw: Frippery No. 16 “Something Blue”
Chad Yarbrough, David Smith, Lawrence DiBello, and David Peel, French horns