The 24 Caprices of Niccolò Paganini are thought of as the Mount Everest of the violin repertoire, rarely performed even by the most talented of violinists. But beyond the technical challenges, each Caprice is a compelling character piece — and even more colorful with the addition of Robert Schumann’s piano arrangements, which keep the original violin score unchanged. Sean Lee, who studied with violinist Ruggiero Ricci (who made the first solo violin recording in 1947), performs with longtime collaborator Peter Dugan in this special event.
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
No charge for Four Arts Members