FEATURING


Boris Berman, piano

“The most remarkable aspect of Mr. Berman’s playing was its poetical refinement and intense musicality. His technical resources appear to be virtually limitless.” — The New York Times


Ettore Causa, viola

“One can hear his prodigious sonority right from the very first seconds…with his deep and warm voice, sometimes dark and flamboyant but always profound and golden” — Diapason


Paul Watkins, cello

“Britain’s finest cellist, Watkins’ account [of the Elgar concerto] seems the best to have appeared on disc for years. It has intensity, presence and warmth.” — The Guardian 

WHILE INSIDE THE CHURCH, ALL ATTENDEES MUST WEAR A PROPERLY FITTING MASK. AUDIENCE MEMBERS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED TO SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION.

ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE
ALL BRAHMS
BORIS BERMAN, PIANO; ETTORE CAUSA, VIOLA;
PAUL WATKINS, CELLO

Three of the most celebrated musicians of our time, pianist Boris Berman, violist Ettore Causa, and cellist Paul Watkins, will collaborate in an afternoon of sumptuous music by Johannes Brahms.

 

PROGRAM

Johannes Brahms

Sonata in E minor for cello and piano, Op. 138

Program Notes coming soon
Johannes Brahms

Sonata in E-flat for viola and piano, Op. 120, No. 2

Program Notes coming soon
Johannes Brahms

Three Intermezzos for piano, Op. 117

Program Notes coming soon
Johannes Brahms

Trio in A minor for viola, cello, and piano, Op. 114

Program Notes coming soon

Watch pianist Boris Berman perform Brahms’s Intermezzo Op. 117, No. 1:

Watch cellist Paul Watkins perform Brahms’s Cello Sonata in E Minor:

Hear violist Ettore Cause perform Brahms’s Hungarian Dance No. 1: