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An Afternoon of Quintets

Naples Philharmonic Wang Chamber Music Series

Daniels Pavilion

Image of members of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance
Image of James Griffith of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing viola during a performance
Image of Ashley R. Leigh of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing clarinet during a performance
Image of Ryan Little of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing horn during a performance
Image of Lisa Mattson of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a viola during a performance
Image of Thomas May of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a cello during a performance
Image of Aaron McCalla of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a tuba during a performance
Image of Jenni Groyon Hill and Andrew Snedeker of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing wind instruments during a chamber music performance
Image of Matthew Sonneborn of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance
Image of Anne-Marie Terranova of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a violin during a performance
Image of James Zhang of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance
Image of Michael Zion of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a trombone during a performance
Oct 13, 3:00pm
Daniels Pavilion 3:00pm
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An Afternoon of Quintets

Naples Philharmonic Chamber Musicians
Wang Chamber Music Series


Blair Francis, flute
James Griffith, viola
Jenni Groyon Hill, bassoon
Ashley Leigh, clarinet
Tracy Leonard, horn
Ryan Little, horn
Lisa Mattson, viola
Thomas May, cello
Aaron McCalla, tuba
Ansel Norris, trumpet
Andrew Snedeker, oboe
Matthew Sonneborn, trumpet
Anne-Marie Terranova, violin
James Zhang, violin
Michael Zion, trombone

Eric Ewazen — Colchester Fantasy
Françaix — Wind Quintet
Dvořák — String Quintet, Op. 97


The first of the four-part Wang Chamber Music series begins with An Afternoon of Quintets, culminating in Dvořák’s String Quintet, Op. 97, a piece he wrote while living in the United States and first performed at Carnegie Hall. It has been said to show the influence of American life on the composer.

The Wang Chamber Series is generously endowed by David & Cecile Wang.

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