This summer, Pacific Art League opens our doors to the public for a Saturday evening of music from the Palo Alto based Corina Quartet.
Please join us at PAL on Saturday, July 14th at 7:30pm, for a special performance by the The Corina Quartet as they perform music by composer Be’eri Moalem in front of a backdrop of artwork inspired by the Great American West.
Be’eri Moalem’s composition “Multnomah", was written in 2015 and inspired by a rainy drive to Portland Oregon. Be’eri said “I tried to capture the rainfalls and somber mood of the drive.”
The Corina Quartet will also play Felix Mendelssohn's "Canzonetta," Ernst Bloch's "Meditation," Quartet #3 by Michael Nyman, George Gershwin's "Lullaby," selections from "West Side Story" by Leonard Bernstein, and songs by Percy Granger and Artie Shaw.
This is a free event and all are welcome!
ABOUT THE CORINA QUARTET
The members of the Corina Quartet, found each other in the Bay Area chamber music landscape. The Corina Quartet, takes its name from Corina Street in Palo Alto, where the group rehearses. You may have heard these musicians at Opera San Jose, or in concert series, at Beth Am, as well as at Palo Alto’s Fortnightly Concerts.
The Cornia Quartet will also play a selection including: Felix Mendelssohn’s Canzonetta, Ernst Bloch’s Meditation, the Quartet #3by Michael Nyman, George Gershwin’s Lullaby, selections from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein, and rounding out the program will be songs by Percy Granger and Artie Shaw. Members of the Corina Quartet also work with the Palo Alto School of Chamber Music which provides the unique opportunity for local young musicians to play and perform in small chamber concerts. Please find out more at www.schoolofchambermusic.com