Tag: Schubert

  • Sunday Double Schubert

    Sunday, January 6th, ASQ presents a “double-feature” at the Mondavi Center. The first concert at 2:00pm will feature the Schubert Quintet in C Major, along with commentary throughout by Robert Greenberg! The Sunday evening concert at 7:00pm will again feature the Schubert Quintet as well as the Mozart String Quartet in F Major and a…

  • The Final Schubert of 2012

    Saturday marks the final San Francisco Performances Schubert Series concert of 2012. ASQ will be accompanied by cellist Eugene Sor and SF Performances music historian-in-residence Robert Greenberg! Saturday, Dec. 15 – 10:00am San Francisco Performances Inc. St. John’s Presbyterian Church Berkeley, California Tickets: www.performances.org Program: ASQ with lecturer, Robert Greenberg Schubert Quintet in C Major,…

  • Sunday Double Feature

    Sunday, December 2nd, ASQ presents a “double-feature” at the Mondavi Center. The first concert at 2:00pm will feature the Schubert String Quartet No. 15 in G Major, along with commentary throughout by Robert Greenberg! The Sunday evening concert at 7:00pm will again feature the Schubert String Quartet as well as the Mozart String Quartet No.…

  • San Francisco Performances Presents Saturday Morning Schubert

    From San Francisco Performances: “Is it a concert series? Scholarly lectures? Classical music stand-up? The ASQ with Robert Greenberg is all three and more. For more than twenty years, these five passionate performers, avid scholars and friends have presented an entertaining, alchemical mix of chamber music and chat exploring the works of composers, their lives,…

  • Schubert in December

    December finds the ASQ back on the west coast, with three performances of Schubert Quartets in a row: Saturday December 1, 2012 10:00 am Franz Schubert San Francisco Performances Inc. St. John’s Presbyterian Church Berkeley, California Tel: (415) 398-6449 Web:¬†www.performances.org/ Program: ASQ with lecturer,¬†Robert Greenberg Schubert Quartet in A Minor, D. 804, “Rosamunde” (1824) Schubert…

  • David Requiro Joins the ASQ for the Schubert Quintet this Saturday

    This Saturday, the ASQ will close out the San Francisco Performances Franz Schubert Series with the Schubert Quintet in C Major (Read about this piece from guest lecturer Robert Greenberg!). Joining ASQ in this performance is cellist David Requiro. About David Requiro: First Prize winner of the 2008 Naumburg International Violoncello Competition, David Requiro (pronounced…

  • Robert Greenberg Guestblog – Miracles: Franz Schubert Quintet in C Major

    Franz Peter Schubert was born in the Habsburg capital of Vienna on January 31, 1797. He died there on November 19, 1828, having lived only 31 years, 9 months, and 19 days. In his all-too-brief life, Schubert created a body of music the size and quality of which leaves us shaking our heads in wonder.…

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