The Goldenberg Duo: Music from Around the World
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Spencer Museum of Art / Central Court
Susan Goldenberg, a violinist with the Kansas City Symphony and her brother William Goldenberg, distinguished professor of piano at Northern Illinois University return to the Spencer Museum with selections of classical and contemporary music, taking visitors of all ages on a journey across time and space. This year’s also features works from World War I including Maurice Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin composed between 1914-17 with each movement conceived as a memorial to a friend who died fighting in the War, and works by Fritz Kreisler who served in the War. This concert is presented in conjunction with the KU WWI Centennial Commemoration. Sponsored by Kansas City Symphony Community Connections Initiative (CCI) and Spencer Museum of Art.