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Symposium 33 - BRAHMS

12 February 1995



  • Violin Sonata Nº 1 in G Major, Op. 78 (1878-9)

    Vivace ma non troppo
    Allegro molto moderato


    Johannes Brahms

  • Four Duets, Op. 61 (1874)

    Die Schwester
    Die Boten der Leibe



  • Piano Trio Nº 3 in C Minor, Op. 101 (1886)

    Allegro energico
    Presto non assai
    Andante grazioso
    Allegro molto





    We wish to express our gratitude to Helicon’s Members
    whose support has made possible the events of this our tenth season:

    Leslie Armstrong, AIA, Mrs. F. Henry Berlin, Carswell R. Berlin, Dorianne Beyer, Marianne Carroll, Nancy Cardozo,
    James M. Cornacchia, Edmond & Yvette Cotty, Gloria & Philip Cowen, R. Ian Danic, V. Ed. Dent,
    Jeffrey & Linda Drogin, Edward K. Dunham, M.D., Mrs. Joan K. Easton, Michael Hanes, Timothy B. Harwood, Louise Hodgson, Craig Logan Jackson, Beverley Peck Johnson, Pat and Paul Kaplan, Paula K. Konikoff, J.D., MAI,
    Peter C. Lombardo, M.D., Stephen Magowan, Jeanne & David Martowski, Karen McLaughlin & Mark Schubin,
    David Moyer, Charles Myers, Zoltan Ovary, Susan Zolla-Pazner & Sherman Pazner, Lisa Poli,
    Marion & Phil Ponzek, The Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, Gerard & Carol Silverman,
    Arlene & Bruce Simon, Jason Starr, Virginia & Edwin Steffe, Cynthia Vasilakos, Barry Wacksman & Abbe Aronson,
    Pamela Drexel Walker, Dianne & Bob Whitecotton, and Joanne Witty & Eugene Keilin

    And to our other benefactors whose support has been so meaningful:
    Mr. & Mrs. Alan R. Morris, Mr. Harvey Mermelstien, Francine Russo, and Robert J. Campbell, M. D. & Mr. Cesare L. Santeramo

    Albert Fuller, President, Franklin Heller, Treasurer, William A. Simon, Secretary,
    Joan K. Easton, Michael C. Hanes, Craig Logan Jackson, Zoltan Ovary, M.D., Patrick Rucker, Pamela Drexel Walker

    Advisory Committee
    Leslie Armstrong, AIA, Dorianne Beyer, Marianne Carroll, Jere T. Farrah, Mark Golderman, Randolph Harrison,
    Robert M. Light, Sherman S. Pazner, M.D., Richard Schemm, Thomas Sokolowski, Barry Wacksman,
    Susan Zolla-Pazner, Ph. D.

    Gregory B. Smith†, Miss Alice Tully†

    James R. Roe, Administrative Director

Special Thanks

    Helicon is deeply grateful to the estate of Gladys Kriebel Delmas for its assistance in sponsoring this 33rd Symposium,
    to Peter Helm for his generous loan of the 1887 Steinway Piano and
    to Mark Golderman for his attention to the details of the Helicon Studio.