Left to Right: José Franch-Ballester, Ani Aznavoorian and Warren Jones

Acclaimed chamber music ensemble Camerata Pacifica returns in February with an eclectic program that mixes the Viennese tradition with two important American works. Bookended by early Beethoven (the Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, Op. 5, No. 2) and late Brahms (the Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114), the program also includes principal pianist Warren Jones performing Mozart’s poignant late work for solo piano, the Adagio in B minor, K 540.

Into this Viennese mix come two American works: Steve Reich’s now-canonic New York Counterpoint, performed by principal clarinetist José Franch-Ballester, and Carl Vine’s Inner World, played by principal cellist Ani Aznavoorian. Both pieces call for the solo performer to interact with prerecorded sound, creating a kind of chamber ensemble with one player; in New York Counterpoint, this is taken to unusual lengths, as the soloist creates the tracks as well, and thus plays live against ten versions of him- or herself.

Dates (2017)

Wednesday, February 15 | 7:30 PM, San Marino
Friday, February 17 | 7:30 PM, Santa Barbara
Saturday, February 18 | 8 PM, Los Angeles
Sunday, February 19 | 3 PM, Ventura

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata for Piano & Cello in G Minor Op. 5 No. 2
Steve Reich New York Counterpoint
Carl Vine Inner World
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Adagio in B Minor K. 540
Johannes Brahms Trio in A Minor for Piano Clarinet & Cello Op. 114

Subscription Pricing (4-5 concerts, facility fees included)

Hahn Hall, Santa Barbara $220 – $271
The Huntington, San Marino $212 – $261
Zipper Hall, Los Angeles $212 – $261
Temple Beth Torah $189 – $233

First-Timer’s Subscription
Any four concerts for $125 (plus facility fees in Santa Barbara)

Single Tickets
Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Marino $56 (add $2 facility fee in Santa Barbara)
Ventura $50

Student Rush
$10 plus applicable facility fee. Contingent on availability, beginning 30 minutes before concert with valid student ID.

For more information, contact Camerata Pacifica at (805) 884-8410 or visit www.cameratapacifica.org.