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Concert for Social Justice October 22, 2018

Through their music, composers hold up a mirror to particular times, places and experiences. Borodin, Moskowski, Messiaen and Prokofiev, with their individual compositional voices and through very personal language, express a wide and profound range of human experience in their works being presented on October 22nd. 

"My Voice, My Language"

Sebu Sirinian, violin; Lisa Tipton, violin; Adria Benjamin, viola; Tomoko Fujita, cello; Jo-Ann Sternberg, clarinet; Adrienne Kim, piano

String Trio in G Minor for Two Violins & Cello - Alexander Borodin (1833-1887)
Suite for Two Violins & Piano, Op. 71 - Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925)
Quartet for the End of Time (selections) - Oliver Messian (1908-1992)
Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op. 43 - Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953)

90 minutes without intermission. Reception follows
Tickets: $18 in advance or $20 at the door + requested contribution to support music & social justice at CBST. 
Donors of $100 or more will be acknowledged as sponsors. 

Music brings beauty, meaning and comfort to our community in these challenging times. All are always welcome to this series, held in our magnificent Wine Family Sanctuary. Reception follows. Admission and your gift of any amount support music at CBST and our bold social justice work.   

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Indicate the number of tickets under your name, and the amount of your tax deductible contribution to support Social Justice at CBST. You may enter the name(s) and email address(es) of your guests, as well as any special needs, in the "NOTE" text box.

Tickets will be $25 at the door.
Donors of $100 or more (above ticket price, received by 3 days prior to Concert) will be acknowledged in the Program. Thank you for supporting music, arts & culture and the pursuit of justice.

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