OSL Principal Harpist Sara Cutler joins OSL string players to perform a concert celebrating the versatility of the harp, combining recognizable classics by Debussy and Beethoven with unusual arrangements that expand the repertoire for the instrument. It will include a performance of Carlos Chávez’s Trio for Flute, Viola, and Harp, written for Philadelphia Orchestra harpist Edna Phillips, the first woman to hold that position.
About the Orchestra of St. Luke’s: Composers of Note series:
The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center’s collaboration with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s continues with a celebration of both mainstays of the chamber repertoire and significant works by living composers, with a focus on those championed in OSL’s Music in Color programming initiative.
Letters from Home
Monday, April 12
Plucked & Bowed
Monday, April 26
Gabriela & Johannes
Monday, May 10