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InterHarmony International Music Festival will present a rare opportunity to compare two titans of the Romantic period through their most beloved chamber works superlatively performed by a roster of internationally acclaimed musicians. Brahms’ “1st Piano Trio in B-major” will share the stage with Tchaikovsky’s “String Sextet,” “Souvenir de Florence.”

There are famous rivalries and jealousies in world of art, da Vinci and Michelangelo, Gauguin and Van Gogh that cost him his ear and Pollock and de Kooning’s was more about a war of the critics that championed them. About Brahms and Tchaikovsky, perhaps their misunderstanding of each other’s aesthetic is like the arguments between Ingres and Delacroix, about classicism versus unbridled Romanticism.

Though the men shared the same birthdate, May 7th, besides a love of drink, they shared not a regard for each other’s music. Brahms once infamously fell asleep during a rehearsal of the younger composer’s 5th Symphony, and the aristocratically elegant Tchaikovsky was scabrous in his expression of disdain to Brahms.

InterHarmony International Music Festival will present a rare opportunity to compare two titans of the Romantic period through their most beloved chamber works superlatively performed by a roster of internationally acclaimed musicians. Brahms’ “1st Piano Trio in B-major” will share the stage with Tchaikovsky’s “String Sextet,” “Souvenir de Florence.”

There are famous rivalries and jealousies in world of art, da Vinci and Michelangelo, Gauguin and Van Gogh that cost him his ear and Pollock and de Kooning’s was more about a war of the critics that championed them. About Brahms and Tchaikovsky, perhaps their misunderstanding of each other’s aesthetic is like the arguments between Ingres and Delacroix, about classicism versus unbridled Romanticism.

Though the men shared the same birthdate, May 7th, besides a love of drink, they shared not a regard for each other’s music. Brahms once infamously fell asleep during a rehearsal of the younger composer’s 5th Symphony, and the aristocratically elegant Tchaikovsky was scabrous in his expression of disdain to Brahms.

InterHarmony International Music Festival will present a rare opportunity to compare two titans of the Romantic period through their most beloved chamber works superlatively performed by a roster of internationally acclaimed musicians. Brahms’ “1st Piano Trio in B-major” will share the stage with Tchaikovsky’s “String Sextet,” “Souvenir de Florence.”

There are famous rivalries and jealousies in world of art, da Vinci and Michelangelo, Gauguin and Van Gogh that cost him his ear and Pollock and de Kooning’s was more about a war of the critics that championed them. About Brahms and Tchaikovsky, perhaps their misunderstanding of each other’s aesthetic is like the arguments between Ingres and Delacroix, about classicism versus unbridled Romanticism.

Though the men shared the same birthdate, May 7th, besides a love of drink, they shared not a regard for each other’s music. Brahms once infamously fell asleep during a rehearsal of the younger composer’s 5th Symphony, and the aristocratically elegant Tchaikovsky was scabrous in his expression of disdain to Brahms.

WHEN

WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/souvenir-dinterharmony-at-the-modern-interharmony-concert-series-tickets-42696482328

TICKET INFO

$10-$35
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