Music from Copland House salutes one of America's foremost flutists, Paul Lustig Dunkel, who left a major legacy at Copland House, throughout Westchester, and beyond.
This program features the work of three composers who symbolized Paul's love of, and devotion to, the music of our time. As an up-and-coming musician, he was directly involved with a group of other young flutists who banded together in the 1960s to commission Aaron Copland's now-classic Duo for Flute and Piano. Almost a half-century later, he joined with Copland House to commission and premiere Pierre Jalbert's Crossings, inspired by the migration of the composer's French- Canadian ancestors. Finally, William Albright's Rustles of Spring; inspired by life, loss, love, renewal, and growth; represented exactly the kind of formidable artistic intellect and challenging, substantial creative voice he loved.
$25, $20 (Friends), $10 (Students)
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