Sphinx Virtuosi: For Justice and Peace
Free — Seating Passes Required
The New York Times calls them “first-rate in every way.” Now you can hear for yourself one of the most dynamic professional chamber orchestras to take the stage. Comprised of 18 of the nation’s top African American and Latinx classical soloists, the Sphinx Virtuosi presents a fresh and diverse program entitled, For Justice and Peace. The program features composers who propelled peace and positivity during challenging, historical times.
Among those performing are CIM alumni Rubén Rengel (BM ’16, Laredo) and Erica Snowden-Rodríguez (BM ’10, MM ’12, Geber/Kraut).
- ROMERO Fuga con Pajarillo
- BARTÓK Allegro assai from Divertimento for String Orchestra
- ABELS Global Warming
- HERBERT Elegy: In Memoriam – Stephen Lawrence
- FOLEY For Justice and Peace
- SCHUBERT Presto from Death and the Maiden
Free seating passes are required. Reserve your seats.
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