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FORGOTTEN MELODIES: AN AFTERNOON OF RARELY HEARD MASTERPIECES

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Sunday, May 23 at 2pm, doors at 1pm
Smith Opera House
Geneva Music Festival

Experience an afternoon of rarely heard masterpieces as we belatedly celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday with his playful “Eyeglasses” duo and pastoral String Quintet. GMF is proud to continue promoting the work of women composers with the intense and uniquely scored Septet by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Fanny Mendelssohn’s romantic Piano Trio.

Jinjoo Cho and Geoffrey Herd, violin;
Eric Wong and Ettore Causa, viola;
Clive Greensmith and Max Geissler, cello;
Henry Kramer, piano

Performing selections by Ellen Taafe Zwilich, Fanny Mendelssohn, and Ludwig van Beethoven

Tickets will be available for both a live performance at The Smith and a live stream, both are $25 per person.

*The program is subject to change
*We respectfully ask that you purchase a ticket for each person watching the livestream
*NO tickets will be sold at the door

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A string quartet performs

BOX OFFICE, TICKETS, AND SEATING

Due to NYS Mandate, only 100 tickets will be on sale. All sales must be made online, The Smith will not be placing orders over the phone or in person at the Box Office. There will be no sales available at the door day of show.

Seats will be sold as general admission, but patrons will receive assigned seating when they arrive at the venue.

THE SMITH’S COVID-19 POLICIES

Please note: By purchasing tickets for this event you, and all other ticket holders in your party, agree to abide by The Smith Opera House’s COVID-19 policies. These policies include, but are not limited to: receiving a symptom check upon arrival at the venue, adhering to pre-assigned seating, wearing a face covering while at the venue, maintaining 6 feet physical distance between myself and other patrons, abiding by all signage posted at the venue, and not entering the venue if I, or any member of my party, is feeling ill or has been in close contact with anyone with a known case of COVID-19.

For more information regarding The Smith’s COVID-19 policies, please visit our updates page.

Tickets:$25