A Benefit Performance, Funding the Education of Youth
World famous violinist Rachel Barton Pine presents a unique program with renowned pianist Matthew Hagle, and Queen of all Saints Academy Children's Choral. A delightful combination of choir, orchestral, and solo pieces.
About the Event
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine, a leading interpreter of the great classical masterworks, and pianist Matthew Hagle perform a program including Chevalier de Saint-Georges: Sonata No. 2 in A major, Ludwig Van Beethoven: Sonata No. 9 in A major, Op. 47, "Kreutzer," and Brahms: Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108. Queen of all Saints children's choir performs the favorite Caccini's Ave Maria and Vois Sur Tu Chemin by Bruno Coulais. Coulais, a contemporary French composer, is known for his choral works written for children. The piece won multiple awards, including Best Composer and Best Music Written for a Film.
Pine will perform Brahms Sonata No. 3 on the 1742 Joseph Guarnerius "del Gesu”, known as the “ex-Bazzini ex-Soldat.” The violin was hand-picked by Brahms himself in 1897, for Marie Soldat, one of the greatest violinists of her day and an early champion of his concerto. The instrument is now on lifetime loan to Pine.
VIP PREMIUM PASS FOR TWO
An evening of delicious food and beautiful music with world renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine, Matthew Hagle, pianist, and Queen of all Saints Academy. Join us at this unique event, to celebrate music and the education of youth. Purchase yours today for $250.
Premium Pass Includes:
Specialty menu by Tampa’s finest
Meet and Greet with Rachel Barton Pine
2 VIP Reserved Concert Seats ($80)
2 Reception Reservations
Complimentary Gift. $60-$110 Value. (Choose from tickets to Busch Gardens or Legoland, restaurant gift certificates, orchestra memberships.)
Exclusive tour of the Sisters of Aquinas building site. A rare opportunity to witness the design and construction of Gothic architecture.
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