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Musical Perspectives on the Cultures of BRIC: A Silkroad Collaboration

  • Musical Perspectives on the Cultures of BRIC: A Silkroad Collaboration

  • Kathryn Stott

    Kathryn Stott

  • Sérgio and Odair Assad

    Sérgio and Odair Assad

  • Johnny Gandelsman

    Johnny Gandelsman

  • Wu Tong

    Wu Tong

  • Sandeep Das

    Sandeep Das

  • Yo-Yo Ma

    Yo-Yo Ma

“Spectacular Virtuosity!”
- Chicago Tribune
“Yo-Yo Ma continues to work magic!”
- The New York Times
“The audience roared!”
- The New York Times
“Brilliant!”
- Los Angeles Times

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$150

Tier 2 & Orchestra Circle

$100

$86

Tier 3 Front & Boxes

$75

$64.50

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$43

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  • Parental Guide: Ages 8+
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Monday, January 1

KNIGHT CONCERT HALL

MUSICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE CULTURES OF BRIC: A SILKROAD COLLABORATION
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Kathryn Stott, piano
Sérgio and Odair Assad, guitar
Johnny Gandelsman, violin
Wu Tong, sheng, bawu and vocals
Sandeep Das, tabla

Program:
MARIANO
Cristal
SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 67
RILEY Turning
WU TONG/LIU LIN Wine Madness
JIPING Moon Over Guan Mountains
TRADITIONAL Mera joota hai Japani & Ekla Cholo Re
STRAVINSKY Chanson Russe
NASCIMENTO Milagre dos Peixes

“The audience roared!”
- The New York Times

Yo-Yo Ma brings together long time collaborators and friends with whom he has explored the musical and cultural traditions of Europe, Latin America and the Silk Road. In a program including works from Brazil, Russia, India and China, the group brings a 21st century perspective to diverse cultural traditions.

One of Ma’s goals is to explore music as a means of communication and as a vehicle for the migration of ideas across a range of cultures throughout the world. BRIC explores this relationship through music. This performance is not to be missed!

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