Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
Saturday, March 30, 2002, 7:30 PM

This group of talented chamber musicians brings a diverse program of works inspired by the natural world.

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Joseph Kalichstein, artistic director

A lecture and concert from the
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
Marc Neikrug, artistic director

Art in Nature, and Nature in Art
Benny Kim, violinist
Soovin Kim, violinist
Kirsten Johnson, violist
Eric Kim, cellist
Tara Helen O'Connor, flutist
Marc Neikrug, pianist
Gloria Emerson, lecturer

The Kennedy Center has a long and popular tradition of staging the finest chamber music from America's varied festivals. The critically acclaimed Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival takes its place as "the best and brightest," with "energetic and powerful performances" (Los Angeles Times). Artistic director and pianist Mark Neikrug joined the festival in 1998, turning its focus back to small, high caliber, chamber groups. For this visit to the Kennedy Center, Neikrug has chosen a fascinating program about nature and art, merging works that spans the globe, including a beautiful Native American piece. The evening begins with Native American Gloria Emerson, who will speak on the relationship between nature and art, and the special traditions of her own Navaho heritage.

6 p.m - Lecture
Gloria Emerson

7:30 p.m. - Concert
Concerto in D Major, RV 90, "Il Gardellino"

L'Oiseau Des Bois, Op. 21

A Bird Came Down the Walk

Excerpt from Catalogue D'Oiseaux

Mythic Birds Waltz for string quartet

Short work for native American Flute

String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 93, "American"


  • Anthony Johnson - Viola
  • Eric Kim - Violin
  • Gloria Emerson - Lecturer
  • Marc Neikrug - Piano
  • Tara O'Connor - Flute

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