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Date/Time
Thursday, November 21st 2013 - 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
National Music Museum

There will be a concert on Nov. 21st at National Music Museum.

Nov. 21:  Evening Concert at the NMM  7:30 PM  What Makes it Great?  Exploring Beethoven’s Archduke Trio
With Rob Kapilow and The Rawlins Trio – In this performance, Rob Kapilow and The Rawlins Trio contemplate, disassemble, and unlock the mysteries of that crowning achievement of Beethoven’s cycle of piano trios, his Trio in B-flat Major, Opus 97, known as the “The Archduke Trio.” A monumental achievement considered by most to be the greatest work for its instrumentation, “The Archduke” is known for its noble grandeur and its hauntingly beautiful Andante movement. With his gift for finding the extraordinary in the ordinary, Rob Kapilow will let his audience peer into the inner workings of this magnificent masterpiece.

For tickets, visit Eventbrite or call the NMM at 605-677-5306.

The NMM’s public programming is underwritten by the South Dakota Arts Council through the S. D. Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts, the USD Student Association, and the members of The Stradivari Society, a fund-raising initiative of the NMM’s Board of Trustees.

All events are held in the Arne B. Larson Concert Hall at the National Music Museum located on The University of  South Dakota campus on the corner of Clark & Yale Streets.

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