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Nightnotes trio comes to Birmingham

By |2018-01-16T13:43:19-05:00January 17th, 2008|Entertainment|

Three is never a crowd when a trio of stellar musicians gets together for an evening of performances. Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings’ popular Nightnotes series continues on Jan. 11 with “Trios and More,” a program dedicated to the magical combination of clarinet, horn and piano, at Hagopian World of Rugs in Birmingham.
The evening will feature Laurence Liberson on clarinet, Karl Pituch on horn and Robert Conway at the piano and will also include a rare performance of a work by Franz Strauss (Richard Strauss’ father). The talents of each artist will be highlighted as the concert opens with a variety of works showcasing their individual instruments.
The concert will culminate in the Romantic Era, as the three musicians come together for Reinecke’s Trio in B-flat for clarinet, horn and piano.
A reception with light refreshments will begin at 8 p.m., followed by the performance at 8:30. Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students; tickets purchased at the door are $5 more per ticket. Tickets can be ordered by calling 248-559-2095, or by visiting
Hagopian World of Rugs is located at 850 S. Old Woodward in Birmingham.
For more information about Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings Nightnotes or Subscription Concert Series, call 248-559-2095.

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