Ethereal beauty, profound majesty, and flashes of warmth… this delightful matinée is like hot cocoa by the fire after a wintry woods walk. Sibelius transports us to a world of Nordic landscapes, where a shimmering atmosphere intertwines with moments of quiet conversation. Best known for his monumental symphonies, Bruckner brings his mastery to the intimate realm of chamber music with a quintet filled with rich textures and expansive flourishes. Internationally renowned for her extraordinary lyricism, violist Kim Kashkashian joins the Borromeo String Quartet to bring PCMF’s inaugural Winter Warmer Festival to a heartwarming, radiant conclusion.
Jean Sibelius | String Quartet, “Intimate Voices” (1909)
Anton Bruckner | String Quintet in F Major (1878-1879)
Borromeo String Quartet (Nicholas Kitchen and Kristopher Tong, violins; Melissa Reardon, viola; Yeesun Kim, cello); Kim Kashkashian, viola
More info + tickets at pcmf.org.