Rainer Eudeikis UT Symphony, Principal Cello featured in works by C.P.E Bach & Messiaen @ Libby Gardner Concert Hall (November 19)

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Rainer Eudeikis - Sunday, November 19

Rainer Eudeikis joined the Utah Symphony as principal cellist in 2014, following completion of his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music. He has also been principal cellist of the Mainly Mozart Festival, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, and Central City Opera, and has performed with the National Arts Centre Orchestra of Canada as guest principal cellist.

He will be featured in pieces by two profoundly important composers, C.P.E. Bach and Olivier Messiaen. Both artists worked during periods when accepted attitudes about music and culture underwent rapid transformation, and both played immense roles in shaping the minds of successive generations of composers.

Cello Concerto in A Major, Wq 172 | Carl Philip Emanuel Bach (1714-88)
Rainer Eudeikis solo cello 
Claude Halter, Joseph Evans, Alex Martin first violin  
Karen Wyatt, Julie Wunderle second violin 
Joel Gibbs viola | Joyce Yang cello
Jens Tenbroek bass | Jason Hardink harpsichord

Quatuor pour la fin du temps | Olivier Messiaen (1908-92)
Rainer Eudeikis cello 
Claude Halter violin  
Erin Svoboda clarinet
Kimi Kawashima piano
 

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Pre-Concert Talk
Artistic Director Jason Hardink will deliver a pre-concert talk on C.P.E Bach and Messiaen. Hardink wrote his doctoral thesis on Messiaen and will spend much of the discussion offering listeners background and musical examples from the Quartet for the End of Time.

Room 270 | 2:30 PM
 
 
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