June 8, 2014: “VISIONS IN MUSIC – Musical Impressionism II”


FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC Listening Seminars  – examining the potency of musical expression



Guest violinist,

   Megumu Kajino

Hosted by

   Rollin Wilber, pianist


Maurice Ravel’s music suffuses sound with imagination; Manuel DeFalla depicts passion with inventive energy. This seminar explores the particular qualities of musical impressionism found in these composers’ works.


Ravel: “A Boat on the Ocean,” “The Valley of Bells,” “Pavane for a Dead Princess” – (solo piano)

 Sonata in G major for Violin & Piano; 

DeFalla:  Suite of Seven Spanish Folksongs (arranged for Violin & Piano)


SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2014 – from 2:30PM to 5:00PM

International Institute for Culture at IVY HALL

6331 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19151

ADMISSION: $25/general, $15/students and seniors  

** Admissions may be paid at the door **

Email: RHaas@iiCulture.org or call: 215-877-9910

venue website: www.iiculture.org