When Alan Saban, performing arts program manager at View, was first hired he said, “The first person I called was William Knuth from Inlet. Last summer I asked Mr. Knuth if he would consider performing this season as he was in awe of the quality of sound in Gould Hall.”
The program will consist of music by Piazzolla, Corelli, Handel, Turina, and Robert Beaser of Boston, Mass. in two parts. The first interval will consist of popular music that was enjoyed in the 17th and 18th centuries, Italian Baroque.
The second interval will feature illusions to the American banjo and American newly arranged folk to the Spanish flamenco.
This is the first time that View will present a chamber music concert in Gould Hall’s acoustically engineered theater.
Tickets are $25 for non-members or $20 for members, which can be purchased by calling View at (315) 369-6411, or email info@ViewArts.org.
In case this “Spanish warmth” is too much to handle, refreshments will be available for purchase during this program.