The Friends of Music kicks off its 2021-2022 season with a concert by the Two Rivers String Quartet. Entitled “Re-Invention,” the concert will include two works: Mozart’s String Quartet No. 3 in G major, and Haydn’s String Quarter No. 1 in G major. “As we begin our first live season since the fall of 2019, what better way to re-emerge than by going back to our roots where it all started,” says Jed Gaylin, the Friends’ Music Director. “Haydn invented the string quartet as we know it, and Mozart came fast on his heels. The two inspired each other, dedicating works in the genre to each other, each one a shining creation of form, color, and expression.”
October 9 (Sat), 7:30 pm, Trinity Episcopal Church (208 W German Street), Shepherdstown.
Admission $30/person (free to Friends of Music members). Purchase tickets & memberships at FriendsWV.org.
For this concert, the Church requires masks and seating will be socially distanced.By Staff Contributor