Living in the early 20th century, the music of African American composer Florence B. Price is an important rediscovery in classical music today. This is paired with another distinctive American voice Charles Ives and his enigmatic ‘Unanswered Question.” Then we hear Dvorak’s 8th Symphony, a composer, who also was committed to the music of his native country.
Join us for a Mother’s Day celebration with intimate chamber music by members of Kennett Symphony in the beautiful Copeland Lecture Hall at Winterthur. Attendees may add on tickets to Winthur’s Museum, Garden, Library and Exhibitions - including 90,000 objects in the 175-room mansion Henry Francis du Pont called home, 1,000 acres of rolling hills, streams, meadows, and forests, as well as a research center dedicated to America’s artistic, cultural, social, and intellectual history from colonial times into the twentieth century.