$20 for dues-paying Harvardwood members (and their guests)
$30 for all others.
Advance registration is REQUIRED. No tickets will be sold at the door. IF YOU REGISTER AFTER 5 PM TODAY, BE SURE TO BRING YOUR REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION WITH YOU!
A reception with wine will follow the performance.
The National Opera Center is between 28th and 29th Streets. Ask for the "Rehearsal Hall"—they have several spaces!
Violinist Rebecca Racusin and pianist Jessica Kinloch first met and performed together as undergraduates at Harvard. Now, both based in San Francisco, they have reunited as the Sunset Duo. The San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music wrote, "The Sunset Duo's long friendship shines through in the warmth and intimacy of their spirited performances." They'll be playing Haydn's rarely heard First Sonata, Beethoven's endlessly fascinating Tenth Sonata, and the breathtakingly intense and passionate First Sonata by Ernest Bloch—a piece that needs to be better known!
Rebecca Racusin is a member of the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and Eclipse Chamber Orchestra, and is a Principal Player with the Grammy-nominated ensemble Inscape. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the National Gallery of Art. She plays regularly with the Baltimore Symphony.
Jessica Kinloch has performed at the Sarasota Music Festival, the Russian Symposium, and the Aspen Music Festival. At Harvard she was President of the Harvard Piano Society and was a soloist with the Bach Society.
Special thanks to Andy Goodwin and the Plymouth Hill Foundation.
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