Sunday Concert Series

A Far Cry with Heng-Jin Park on piano

October 22, 2017, 1:30 pm
Calderwood Hall

Experience the music you know and love, as if for the first time. A Far Cry, the Gardner’s resident chamber orchestra, returns to perform with Heng-Jin Park, who has been heralded as a “pianist of unusual artistry and musical imagination” by the Washington Post. Their program explores human migration and includes a new work by Elena Ruehr depicting soloist Heng-Jin Park’s own immigration story.

PROGRAM 

“Music in Migration”

  • Telemann, Ouverture, Les Nations
  • Elena Ruehr, Piano Concerto (new A Far Cry commission)
  • Weinberg, Symphony No. 10

Music by this performer

A Far Cry (15:39 )

Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581

Heng-Jin Park
Heng-Jin Park, photo by Kate Lemmo.

HOW TO BUY TICKETS

Tickets are required and include Museum admission.

SECTION A: Floor Level and First Balcony

Adults $36, seniors $33, members $24, students & children 7–17 $12 (children under 7 not admitted).

SECTION B: Second and Third Balconies

Adults $31, seniors $28, members $19, students & children 7–17 $12 (children under 7 not admitted).

For sold-out performances, standby tickets may be available in the lobby no earlier than one hour before the performance begins. We cannot guarantee availability of standby tickets for sold-out performances. 

The Sunday Concert Series is generously sponsored in part by Hemenway & Barnes LLP, the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, and the Mattina R. Proctor Foundation. The 2017-2018 Charlie Albright concert series is generously sponsored in part by Diane Gipson. The museum thanks its generous concert donors: Fitzpatrick Family Concert; James Lawrence Memorial Concert; Alford P. Rudnick Memorial Concert; Marie Louise & David Scudder Concert; Wendy Shattuck Young Artist Concert; Willona Sinclair Memorial Concert.

The piano is dedicated as the Alex d’Arbeloff Steinway. The harpsichord was generously donated by Dr. Robert Barstow in memory of Marion Huse and its care is endowed in memory of Dr. Barstow by The Barstow Fund.

The Museum is also supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.