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Saturday, October 21 at 8 pm
The intimate relationships between voice and piano, poetry and music will be featured in repertoire inspired by the Museum collection, illuminating the connections between creative artists across different genres. The Director of the DCYAP, Robert Ainsley, will introduce and accompany the program.
This program is generously funded by Jacqueline Badger Mars.
Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists (2017–18)
Studio Visit: Frank Hallam Day
Frank Hallam Day, Red Milk CartonTour the Washington, DC, studio of fine art photographer Frank Hallam Day. Day’s work can be found in numerous museum and private collections in the United States and abroad, including the State Museum of Berlin, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Portland Art Museum, and the San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts. His artistic interests revolve around themes of culture, history, and humanity’s footprint on the natural world. His work was included in the 2017 exhibition RE-VISION at The Kreeger Museum.
Tickets: $10 general / free for members
This program is sold out.
Now in its second decade, the Quartet has established itself as an ensemble of the highest musical qualifications. Their performances regularly take place in many of the world’s most important concert halls, from Carnegie Hall to the Sydney Opera House; at the same time, the Quartet’s belief that concert music can also be a meaningful part of everyday life has also drawn the foursome to perform in settings as diverse as the workplace, schools, juvenile prisons, and the White House.
This performance will feature jazz pianist and composer Billy Childs, one of the most diversely prolific and acclaimed artists working in music today. Childs' canon of original compositions and arrangements has garnered him the 2013 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship (2009), fourteen Grammy nominations, and four Grammy awards.
Mozart: Quartet in D minor, K. 421
Tickets: $40 general / $30 members