Adam Chamber Music Festival – Grand Finale
Argentinian Golijov’s poignant marimba/cello duo, written as a requiem for a friend, and young American composer Andy Akiho’s thrilling LigNEous surround Brahms’ masterful clarinet quintet, which James Campbell has played with illustrious groups such as the Guaneri, Vermeer, Allegri and Amadeus Quartets. And what better way to celebrate the end of the 2017 festival than with our 3 string quartets taking the stage together for Dvorak’s cheerful, melody-filled Serenade for Strings.
Goldner Quartet, New Zealand String Quartet, the Troubadours, Ian Rosenbaum (marimba), James Campbell (clarinet), Matthew Barley (cello), Joan Perarnau Garriga (double Bass)
Akiho – LigNEous
Brahms – Clarinet quintet
Golijov – Duo for marimba and cello
Dvorak – Serenade in E for Strings op. 22