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The work from which the title of the festival weekend was borrowed, Ernest Chausson’s Poème, was originally a work for solo violin and orchestra but is heard here in the composer’s own adaptation for chamber ensemble. The other pieces on the program explore different forms of musical narratives: Leoš Janáček’s fairy tale Pohádka, Moya Henderson’s natural reflection Kudikynah Cave and Outi Tarkiainen’s Without a Trace, a work incorporating a poem by the acclaimed Sámi poet Nils-Aslak Valkeapää.
MOYA HENDERSON Kudikynah Cave
OUTI TARKIAINENWithout a Trace
CHAUSSONPoème, Op. 25
PAUL SCHOENFIELDCafé Music
Dale Barltrop | violinFrancesca Hiew | violinChristopher Cartlidge | violaMichael Dahlenburg | celloTimo-Veikko Valve | celloKonstantin Shamray | pianoPaavali Jumppanen | pianoJakub Jakowicz | violinAndrea Lam | pianoElina Vähälä | violin
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