Venue: Squires Recital Salon, Blacksburg
Organizations: Musica Viva
Date: Sunday, February 12, 2017
Time: 3:00 - 4:30 PM
Event Types: Music
• Advance Tickets: $20.00
• At the Door: $25.00
Youth / Pre-College Child with Adult: $7.00
Student with College ID: $15.00
Musica Viva presents "February is for Lovers, Valentine’s Concert Romantic Music for Voice, Strings, & Piano" in Squires Recital Salon on the campus of Virginia Tech on Sunday, February 12, 2017.
This concert featuring couples will get you in the mood for romance. Musica Viva welcomes from Israel for the first time husband-and-wife duo Vera Vaidman-Krasovsky, violin/viola, and Emanuel Krasovsky, piano. They will join David Ehrlich, violin, and Teresa Ehrlich, piano, as well as Ariana Wyatt, soprano, and Ben Wyatt, cello. Music includes Johaness Brahms’ passionate and virtuosic Piano Quartet in G minor (“Gypsy”), music for piano 4-hands, and more!
Tickets can be purchased online or through the Virginia Tech Ticket Office. To purchase tickets online, visit: http://www.musicaviva-swva.com/onlineorders.php
Musica Viva is organized to promote awareness and appreciation of chamber music specifically, and the arts in general. Since 2001 Musica Viva has been providing chamber music performances by internationally-acclaimed musicians for communities in the New River Valley and throughout Southwest Virginia.
We strive to provide five chamber music events per year. Musica Viva was created in recognition that access to the arts, in its many manifestations, is universally cited as central to the quality of life in a community.
Blacksburg-based Musica Viva is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
For more information, visit: http://www.musicaviva-swva.com/ or call 866-585-4960.