The unique combination of mandolin and harp brings to life a program ranging from Bach to folk tunes from Spain, Hungary and Armenia, all in new arrangements.
The unique combination of mandolin and harp brings to life a program ranging from Bach to folk tunes from Spain, Hungary and Armenia, all in new arrangements. Travel the world with these two virtuosos, teaming up for a scintillating program.
Ravel: Vocalise-Étude en forme de Habanera
J.S. Bach: Flute and Harpsichord Sonata in E flat Major, BWV 1031
Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op. 37b
Bartók: Hungarian Folk Songs
De Falla: Siete Canciones Populares Españolas
Traditional Armenian Folk Tunes
General admission: $60
Discounts for students and senior citizens (60+) available by phone or in person.
2020/02/24 - 2020/02/25
Additional time info:
General admission. Doors open at 7:00 PM.
The museum’s main parking lot is located at 1515 West Alabama Street. Street parking is available on Sul Ross, Mulberry, Mandell, Branard, and West Main Streets and in lots adjacent to Richmond Hall and the Byzantine Fresco Chapel.
Buses are prohibited from parking in or driving through the lot at 1515 West Alabama Street. Buses should drop off groups at the main entrance sidewalk at 1533 Sul Ross Street and may park along Mulberry Street.
Parking is prohibited in designated crosswalks located on Sul Ross and Branard Streets.