Written by Heather Kurzbauer
Published: May 25, 2015 at 8:58 PM [UTC]
Inspired by the idea that all of us are passing like clouds, Jarrell strives to create an immaterial world of sound and color. The chance to experience twelve different performances on six consecutive nights will be one of the high points of Jarrell's distinguished career. Three movements combine in a composition without breaks that challenges the young artists to choose an opening tempo that suits the solo violinists temperament as sixteenth notes fly by with force and energy, "there are thousands of types of clouds, they open a window on our souls and can move as swiftly as life passes."
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