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Great works for cello and piano by Beethoven,
Janacek, Schumann, and Mendelssohn

April 15-16, 2023

We welcome South African cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan into the AmiciMusic family with this powerful program featuring folk-inspired music by Beethoven, Janacek, and Schumann along with the amazing Mendelssohn Cello Sonata in D Major.   Mendelssohn was one of the greatest child prodigies who helped bring Leipzig to the top of the musical world with his conducting and musical power.  He also helped revive the music of J.S. Bach, which had gone out of favor during the Classical period.  Sadly, Mendelssohn’s position as one of the top composers began to diminish after his death, largely through anti-semitic attacks by Wagner and others.  When the Nazis rose up, his music was banned despite the fact that Mendelssohn had converted to Christianity in his lifetime.  Only now are we putting Mendelssohn back where he belongs in the top tier of composers.



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Saturday, Apr 15, 2023 @ 7:30pm

Home of Daniel and Kisha Weiser
208 Northway, Baltimore

Another intimate concert in our beautiful Guilford home with great food and drink included—-Chamber Music the way it was meant to be heard!  Great food and drink are included and a chance to mingle with the artists and experience chamber music close up and in person.  Seating is limited and reservations are required.  Pay with any major credit card at the link below.  To buy multiple seats, just click on the yellow “Add to Cart” button and you can choose multiple seats on the next screen.  If you prefer to do a credit card over the phone, please call me (Dan) at 802-369-0856.

We are pleased to also include 15 year-old cellist Mallory Leach from the Peabody Prep Department,

who will perform the first movement from Beethoven’s A Major Cello Sonata, Opus 69

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Sunday, Apr 16, 2023 @ 3:00pm

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 212108

We continue our free “Music and Meaning” series at the Dalsheimer Auditorium at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation made possible with a generous grant from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.