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Network at PMA: Edward Hopper

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Dorrance Galleries 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA, 19130 United States (map)

The final concert of Network’s ArtMusic II season showcases a new chamber work, Light, Line, Shadow, by award-winning composer, Pierre Jalbert. Light, Line, Shadow was created in response to Edward Hopper’s iconic Road and Trees, a painting donated to the Philadelphia Museum of Art by long-time Network friend and supporter Daniel W. Dietrich II. This event is dedicated to the memory of Dan.This piece was made possible by a grant from the Fromm Music Foundation and the  Presser Foundation Special Projects grant; the performance is part of the Music in the Galleries series produced by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Free with museum admission—seating is limited.

The exceptional Network for New Music musicians include:

Jan Krzywicki - conductor
Bob Butryn - guest clarinet
Eric Derr - percussion
John Koen - cello
Hirono Oka - violin
Edward Schultz - flute
Burchard Tang - viola
Nate West - double bass

Edward Hopper's  Road and Trees

Edward Hopper's Road and Trees

A curator/composer discussion will follow the concert.

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