The Gilded Age with Rachmaninoff and His Contemporaries

Monday, February 24
7:30 p.m.

Adults $35; Students $10

Inspired by Tiffany’s iconic works on view at the Museum this season, Rembrandt Chamber Players brings you compositions from late 19th century composers, like Benjamin Britten, Charles Griffes, Leo Ornstein, and Sergei Rachmaninoff, who were also inspired by the cultural milieu of the Gilded Age.

Throughout the evening guests will enjoy the following works:
Charles GRIFFES Poem for flute and piano
Britten Six Metamorphoses for oboe
RACHMANINOFF Vocalise for cello and piano
SAINT-SAËNS Sonata for oboe and piano
Leo ORNSTEIN Preludes for cello and piano

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for guests wishing to visit the Museum.

Seating is limited. To reserve, please contact Rembrandt Chamber Players, 312 360 3145, or email rembrandtcp@ameritech.net. For more information about the Rembrandt Chamber Players, please visit RembrandtChamberPlayers.org.

Image: Image courtesy of Rembrandt Chamber Players.

Please note that in exchange for your reservation and/or ticket, you have authorized the Driehaus Museum to photograph, record, film, video tape, or otherwise use your likeness, performance, image, and/or voice for use in general and/or program-related Driehaus Museum promotional materials. If for any reason, you do not wish to be photographed, please provide your name(s) at registration that evening.

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