- Thursday, 28 Apr 2011
- The Broad Stage
- 7 pm
- Dr. Hunt Batjer, special guest
- Margaret Batjer, violin
- Josefina Vergara, violin
- Julie Gigante, violin
- Roland Kato, viola
- Andrew Shulman, cello
- Allan Vogel, oboe
- Jeffrey Kahane, piano
Call 213 622 7001 × 215 to add your name to the ticket waitlist.
Find out why the same piece of music that gives comfort to one person makes another cry with Dr. Hunt Batjer, an internationally recognized neurosurgeon and professor and chair of the department of neurological surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Batjer reveals breakthroughs in neuroscience indicating that experiencing music can contribute to the production of new brain cells throughout one’s life. The works chosen for this concert take you on a moving musical journey. Mozart’s Oboe Quartet in F major ranges in scope from sparkling lightness to soulful poignancy while the dark, passionate Piano Quintet in F minor, considered one of Brahms’s great chamber music epics, brings this exploration of music and the mind to a powerful close.
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Concerts in this series are presented without intermission.
For the Westside Connections series, the introduction of the music from the stage and a question-and-answer session involving the audience takes the place of program notes.
Wondering where to grab a bite to eat near The Broad Stage?
Try one of the nearby restaurants in Santa Monica.
Single tickets are $40 each.
Call Jacquie or Marcella in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 215.