Beached! Fresh Chamber Presents the Work of Amy Beach and Dorothy Faison


Amy Beach was the first American woman composer to achieve acclaim in America and abroad. After years of neglect, her compositions are being rediscovered, and some of Honolulu’s best musicians are offering a chance to hear her work. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

The Fresh Chamber salon series continues with "Beached!" celebrating chamber music by Amy Beach and artwork by respected Hawaii artist, Dorothy Faison. The performance/installation is scheduled for Thursday, 7:30, at Studio 909 at 909 Kapi’olani Boulevard.

Admission $20 at the door 


Maya Hoover, mezzo-soprano
Thomas Yee, piano
Ignace Jang and Fumiko Wellington, violins
Colin Belisle, viola
Joanna Morrison-Pernela, cello

The program will include:

Sonata opus 34 in a minor for Violin and Piano
Five Improvisations for Piano, opus 148
String Quartet in One Movement, opus 89
and several art songs composed on poetry of Browning, Hugo and others.

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