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UMS Concert Program, November 9, 2013 - November 13, 2013 - Steve Lehman Octet; James Blake, Nosaj Thing; Ukulele Orchestra of

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to be much more than the figurative embellishments of traditional variation writing. The very first one introduces counterpoint. The second variation may be more conventional but the third is a breathtaking essay in musical color; the fourt h a stunning chromatic chorale; and the fifth a grandiose statement of almost symphonic breadth. One would expect a sixth variation. but instead - after a sudden leap into a remote key- Beethoven appends a coda which is really afreemeditationontheopeningportionof the t heme.
The finale is brilliant and virtuosic, with a swiftly running first theme and a second one that moves quite a bit more slowly. &rth themes are manipulated with great ingenuity and are finally combinedin the witty coda
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Among other highlights of its 30th anniversary, in October 2011, the Hagen Quartet was recognized with the prestigious Echo Klassik Award for kEnsemble of the Year,"and in 2012, it was named Honorary Member of Vienna's Konzerthaus. The Quartet also released two acclaimed nev-.r recordings to celebrate its anniversary, both on Myrios Qassics: a disc of string quartets by Beethoven. Mozart and Webern; and a pairingofGrieg'sStringQuortetingminor
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whether by reviving existing works or by commissioning and premiering new pieces. Collaborations with other artists. such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Maurizio Pollini, Mitsuko Uchida Sabine Meyer, KIystian Zimerrnan and Heinrich Schiff, are also important to the Quartet. As teachers and mentors at the Salzburg Mozarteum and the Hochschule in Basel as well as in international master classes. the Quartet's members pass on their experience to younger colleagues.
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