Colin and Eric Jacobsen, violin/cello
October 25, 2020, 8:15 PM (ET)

Founders of The Knights chamber ensemble and Brooklyn Rider String Quartet



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[NOTE: YouTube is only allowing us to premiere this at 8:15 PM,
so the concert will start 15 minutes after the originally published time.]




ALIVEmusica, a collaboration between four Hudson Valley chamber music presenters, welcomes Colin and Eric Jacobsen to the stage of the Howland Cultural Center, streaming on October 25, 2020, 8:00 PM.

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   Howland Chamber Music Circle
   P.O. Box 224
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This concert from the Howland Cultural Center is a co-presentation by
   The Chapel Restoration
   The Howland Chamber Music Circle
   Newburgh Chamber Music
   Pawling Concert Series
   Classical WMHT media sponsor



“one of the leading figures in the current renaissance of performers-composers.” The New York Times

Artist Website: Colin Jacobsen

Artist Website: Eric Jacobsen



 Program 

Passacaglia, from Rosary Sonata Heinrich Biber
      (1644-1704)
 
Duets, Op. 39 Reinhold Gliere
     Prelude (1875-1956)
     Gavotte
     Berceuse
 
Caprice No. 1 Niccolò Paganini
      (1782-1840)
 
Lydia's Reflection Colin Jacobsen
 
Sonata for Violin and Cello Maurice Ravel
     Allegro (1872-1915)
     Très vif
     Lent
     Vif, avec entrain

 Program is subject to change


 Program Notes