The concert will be broadcast May 20 – June 1, 2021.
This unique “date night in” is approximately one hour in length and features lively performances filmed in Yardley Hall. Our featured chef is Dr. Andrea Broomfield, JCCC Associate Professor of English, food historian and author of “Food and Cooking in Victorian England” and “Kansas City: A Food Biography.” Broomfield’s recipe will be provided to purchasers prior to the broadcast.
"The Seven Last Words of Christ" Op. 51 by Joseph Haydn (brief excerpts)
String Quartet No. 12, Op. 96 “The American” by Antonín Dvorák (Sunrise youth quartet will perform the second movement only)
String Quartet No. 3 in D Major, Op. 44, No. 1 by Felix Mendelssohn
Opus 76 Quartet: Sunrise Program
This mentoring initiative by The Friends of The Opus 76 Quartet provides four talented musicians, high school age or younger from the Kansas City Metro area, with:
Free in-person quartet coaching and mentoring from members of the quartet -
Free coaching from eminent classical musicians from around the world
Two feature performances at Opus 76 Quartet concerts during the 2020/21 season
This program identifies and nurtures talented musicians who aspire to a career in classical music and gives successful applicants the opportunity to experience being in a professional string quartet – from the practice room to the stage.
A YouTube link will be sent to ticket buyers within 24 hours of the premiere date. The concert will then be available on demand through June 1, 2021