November
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November 16

About the series

Orchestra of St. Luke’s:

Composers of Note

Orchestra of St. Luke’s returns to The Streicker Center for their 41st – 44th concerts, with four unique programs that bring together favorite works from the Classical era and music by living composers. Many of the latter composers have been championed in recent seasons through OSL’s Music in Color initiative.

Connections Across Time and Space

Cuimhne (Memory), by Christine Delphine Hedden, who weaves together her native New England folk music with her love of traditional Irish music.

String Quartet No. 2, by Florence Price, the first African American female composer to be premiered by a major American orchestra.

String Sextet No. 1, by Johannes Brahms, written when the composer was 27, for two cellos, two violas and two violins.

Monday, November 16
 | 
6:30 pm
 | 
Free
Free

In-Person & Virtual Event
Limited seating to allow for social distancing.

Registration for this event is now open only to Temple Emanu-El members and Friends of Streicker.
Learn more about the Friends of Streicker program

Others are invited to register for the waitlist (you will be notified via email if/when seats become available).   

We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.

Monday, November 16
 | 
6:30 pm
Free
Free

Cuimhne (Memory), by Christine Delphine Hedden, who weaves together her native New England folk music with her love of traditional Irish music.

String Quartet No. 2, by Florence Price, the first African American female composer to be premiered by a major American orchestra.

String Sextet No. 1, by Johannes Brahms, written when the composer was 27, for two cellos, two violas and two violins.

In-Person & Virtual Event
Limited seating to allow for social distancing.

Registration for this event is now open only to Temple Emanu-El members and Friends of Streicker.
Learn more about the Friends of Streicker program

Others are invited to register for the waitlist (you will be notified via email if/when seats become available).   

We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.

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