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Schubert Revealed: David Finckel, Wu Han & Friends featuring Arnaud Sussmann, Benjamin Beilman, Matthew Lipman, & Nicholas Canellakis – Virtual Concert

Thursday, March 4, 7:30PM
Sunday, April 4, 8:00PM

The program “Schubert Revealed” has been split into two separate performances. There will now be a program premiered on March 4, 7:30pm CST and another on March 5th, 7:30pm CST.

How to Watch

This concert will be available to stream on the date of each performance on this page, our Youtube page, and on our Facebook page. Please contact us at 651-292-3268 or at [email protected] if you have any questions about our virtual concerts.

Our virtual concerts are free to watch and available to all. No ticket reservation necessary.
If you’d like to applaud this performance with a donation, please visit schubert.org/donate.

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About the Program

Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han are Schubert Club’s Featured Artists for the 2020-2021 season. They rank among the most dynamic and influential forces in classical music today. Their performances inspire audiences around the world and have won universal critical acclaim. Partners in music and marriage, they were recipients of Musical America’s prestigious Musicians of the Year award in 2012. David and Wu Han are in their third term as Artistic Directors of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and are founding Artistic Directors of Music@Menlo, soon to celebrate its fifteenth season. Regular favorites of Music in the Park Series audiences, David and Wu Han opened the Schubert Club’s International Artist Series in the new Ordway Concert Hall in the fall of 2015. We are delighted to welcome David Finckel and Wu Han back for the 2020-2021 season.

In their first program for the International Artist Series, they will be joined by violinist Arnaud Sussmann to play one of Schubert’s greatest chamber works — his Piano Trio in E Flat. Their second program will feature another of Schubert’s great chamber works — the String Quintet in C. They will be joined on stage by violinists Arnaud Sussmann and Benjamin Beilman, violist Matthew Lipman, and cellist Nicholas Canellakis.

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