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Dallas

2nd Hallam Family Concert - "The Sacred and the Profane"

In the music of William Grant Still, Michael Ippolito, and Claude Debussy, one hears both the sacred power of the ancient world and modern secularism and innovation. These pieces for harp, piano and string quartet reimagine the past in the music of the present.

2nd Hallam Family Concert - "The Sacred and the Profane"

Time & Location

Nov 05, 3:00 PM CDT

Dallas, 2520 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

About the event

In the music of William Grant Still, Michael Ippolito, and Claude Debussy, one hears both the sacred power of the ancient world and modern secularism and innovation. From the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur to the evocation of the ennanga, an African harp, these pieces for harp, piano and string quartet reimagine the past in the music of the present.

Program:

Claude Debussy, Danses Sacrée et Profane

Michael Ippolito, Mythos for solo harp

Henriette Renié, Andante religioso and Scherzo fantaisie

William Grant Still, Ennanga

Performers include:

The Cézanne Quartet, Emily Levin, and Michael Ippolito

Season Theme: Through the Looking Glass

Our reality reflects our individual perspectives. This season’s concerts explore what happens when perspective shifts—artistically, technically, or socially—and the powerful ways reality changes in response.

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