- Presented by: CU Performing Arts
- Intermission: One
- Venue: Grusin Music Hall
- Grusin Music Hall, Boulder, CO 80302
"Revival of the 1919 Berkshire Festival Competition"
Violist Hillary Herndon and pianist Wei-Chun Bernadette Lo share an evening of viola and piano music from 1919. The first half features movements from works submitted to the 1919 Berkshire Festival Composition Competition; afterward, the audience is invited to select the ""winner"" in a present-day reenactment of the competition. That winning work will be performed in its entirety on the second half of the program. Join us for this unique performance!
Performance date and time:
Friday, March 22, 2 p.m.
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