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Sat, May 08


Online Premiere

Brahms' Piano Quintet: Labor of Love

Brahms struggled with what eventually became his powerful and moving Piano Quintet. Artistic Director Marya Martin explores the development of the work with violinist Anthony Marwood and violist Matthew Lipman, followed by a full performance of this beloved and deeply satisfying work.

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Brahms' Piano Quintet: Labor of Love
Brahms' Piano Quintet: Labor of Love

Time & Location

May 08, 2021, 5:00 PM

Online Premiere

About the Event

Our second Spring Series at Home program focuses on Johannes Brahms' Piano Quintet in F minor. We will delve into the long and fascinating gestation of this work, which took multiple forms before being presented to the world in 1866 to great acclaim. Learn more about what many consider Brahms' first great achievement of his mature output, and see a full performance. 

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Artistic Director Marya Martin is joined by violinist Anthony Marwood and cellist Paul Watkins to discuss Brahms' singular piano quintet. Both are featured in the performance presented here.


Anthony Marwood, violin I

Yura Lee, violin II

Matthew Lipman, viola

Paul Watkins, cello

Gilles Vonsattel, piano

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