Arild Remmereit, conductor
What long shadow did Beethoven cast over the century that followed his passing? Did he inspire… or intimidate? Why did Brahms wait until he was past 40 to even consider composing a symphony?
Beginning with the music of Beethoven, Arild Remmereit explores how his legacy influenced Clara Schumann, Brahms, William Henry Fry, and even Charles Ives. Arild’s Eastman School of Music connections continue with music composed by an Eastman student and an Eastman piano soloist performing Clara Schumann’s Piano Concerto.
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