Presented by Sandy Tepper

Performance Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 2 PM

Sandy Tepper, Clarinet

Weill Recital Hall
Clarinetist Sandy Tepper is a solo concert artist who performs across the United States and has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Charles Dutoit. This Carnegie Hall debut concert features a trio for clarinet, cello, and piano, penned by Johannes Brahms shortly after retirement in the summer of 1891, when he was struck by renewed inspiration. The program also features Karel Husa’s Evocations of Slovakia, composed in 1951 as a farewell to the composer’s homeland, which was embroiled in conflict.

Performers

  • Sandy Tepper, Clarinet
    Guest Artists:
    Claudine Hickman, Piano
    Suzanne Mueller, Cello
    Gregory Williams, Viola

Program

  • WEBER Grand Duo Concertant in E-flat Major
  • REGER Romance in G Major
  • KAREL HUSA Évocations de Slovaquie
  • And works by Brahms
Student and Senior Discount Tickets Available at the Box Office