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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 2013, 2:00 PM



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Curtis 20/21

at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

CAGE Music for _____
Katya Poplyansky, violin
Abigail Fayette, violin
Yoshihiko Nakano, viola
Timotheos Petrin, cello

CAGE Thirteen
Prism Saxophone Quartet:
Diondré McKinney, flute ('13)
Wade Coufal, bassoon
Lee Jarzembak, tuba
Katya Poplyansky, violin
Abigail Fayette, violin
Yoshihiko Nakano, viola
Timotheos Petrin, cello
Tomasz Kowalczyk, percussion ('13)
Ted Babcock, percussion


The PRISM saxophone quartet and the Curtis Institute of Music's 20/21 Ensemble join forces for a program that includes Sonata for Two Voices (1933), Music for Four (1984-87), Four5 for saxophone quartet (1991), and Thirteen (1992), Cage's final composition. Presented by Bowerbird in conjunction with their "Cage: Beyond Silence" citywide festival, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art in connection with their exhibition "Dancing Around the Bride." Van Pelt Auditorium. Free; ticket required* Tickets can be obtained at the museum's visitor services the day of the show. {a href=",CT,MI&groupCode=APR&mm=1&dd=20&yyyy=2013&RSRC=PMAW&RDAT=CALAPRPDAB13" target="_blank"}Online tickets{/a} can be ordered anytime with a $2.50-$3.50 service charge per ticket. Tickets do not include admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art or the Dancing Around the Bride exhibition.

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