On Wednesday, October 26th, New Muse Concerts will host “From Chaos to Harmony: Music and the Greek Ideal,” a concert featuring Trio Appassionata at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
Lydia Chernicoff (violin), Andrea Casarrubios (cello), and Ronaldo Rolim (piano) will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Trio Op. 1 No. 1 and Johannes Brahms’ Trio, Op. 8.
“We’re excited to revisit some of our favorite piano trio repertoire,” said New Muse Concerts’ Artistic Director Lydia Chernicoff. “Looking at it through a new lens: how these pieces embody the Classical Greek ideals of beauty, clarity, and balance. The program is inspired by the Gibbes Museum’s exhibition, ‘From Chaos to Order: Greek Geometric Art from the Sol Rabin Collection’. Andrea, Ronaldo, and I have been playing these splendid pieces together for fifteen years, and we’re thrilled to experience them anew here in Charleston!”
The performance will begin at 6 pm. Tickets can be purchased here.
New Muse Concerts
Founded in 2019, New Muse Concerts takes classical chamber music out of the concert hall and presents it within the context of diverse musical traditions, exploring the interplay between them, and revealing their cultural and historical connections. New Muse is dedicated to daring programming that inspires audiences to hear music — and see the world — in new ways.