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Astoria Music Festival Preview

MARK STOCK
7:30 pm Friday, June 13., Friday June 13 | $15 advance, $20 day of show.
The Old Church
1422 SW 11th Ave.
 

[CLASSICAL] Oregon’s northernmost beach town is home to a two-week celebration of all things fine-art, from symphony to dance, film to chamber music. Classical buffs stuck in town should take in the preview show, featuring Oregon Symphony Concertmaster Sarah Kwak, pianist Cary Lewis and lauded cellist Sergey Antonov. The trio will be tackling some tricky material, including Brahms’ “Piano Trio No.1 in B Major” and Grieg’s tension-riddled “Violin Sonata in C Minor.” Johannes Brahms’ piece, a multi-movement piece that started in the major key only to end in a tonic minor, was particularly groundbreaking in 1854, the year it was written. Now go get cultured.



Where: The Old Church
Phone: 222-2031
Address: 1422 SW 11th Ave.

 
 

The Old Church

1422 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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