FIU Music Festival: Grand Harmonie
November 17, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm| $5 – $15
Early music ensemble, Grand Harmonie, promotes period-instrument artistry in the United States through inventive, compelling performances of Classical and Romantic repertoire and educational outreach to listeners of all ages and backgrounds.
Their approach to music-making unites scholarship and hands-on performing experience with passion, curiosity, and a willingness to experiment in the spirit of discovery. This early music ensemble uses historic instruments to explore all aspects of period performance practice – even live improvisation! By bringing incredible 19th century sound world to 21st century ears, Grand Harmonie creates a shared experience that will renew your excitement about live performance.
Thomas Carroll and Elise Bonhivert, clarinet
Jennifer Robbins and Yoni Kahn, horn
Allen Harmick and Melissa Schoenack, bassoon
Sextet op. 71 by Beethoven
Trio op. 40 by Neumann
Serenade K. 375 by Mozart
Satisfy your craving for great music and gain attendance to all festival performances! Learn more at musicfestival.fiu.edu.
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$15 General Admission; $10 FIU Faculty, Staff, & Alumni; $5 Students- BUY NOW!
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