Story posted August 23, 2011
TRIUMVIR: “The Harpsichord with the Dragon Tattoo”
Friday, September 23 at 7:30 PM
Studzinski Recital Hall
TRIUMVIR (Michael Albert, violin; Brian Howard, cello; and Henry Lebedinsky ’97, harpsichord) invites you to take a musical journey to Scandinavia, presenting seldom-heard masterworks by Johan Helmich Roman, ‘the father of Swedish music,’ and his countryman Johan Agrell as well as American premieres of works by Norwegian violinist-composer Johan Hendrick Freithoff and Finnish diplomat and musician Thomas Byström. TRIUMVIR brings this extraordinary music to life with vibrant, dynamic performances on period instruments.
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All events are open to the public; admission free of charge; no tickets or reservations.
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Parking on city streets is available on Park Row and Old Bath Road. After 5:00 PM and on weekends, visitors may park in the Blue-Designated Faculty/Staff parking lots. Studzinski Recital Hall is handicapped accessible with a ramp to the lobby door (West side), near the circle on South Campus Drive.
Michael Albert, violin; Brian Howard, cello; and Henry Lebedinsky ’97, harpsichord