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Agarita will present its final concert for its fourth season, ending with a special performance of J.S. Bach's masterpiece, "The Goldberg Variations." In this rendition, Agarita will mix Dmitry Sitkovesky's String Trio arrangement with Bach's original manuscript played on both piano and harpsichord.

An innovative chamber ensemble dedicated to producing bold, collaborative musical events, Agarita offers a new way to experience classical and contemporary music. Rooted in San Antonio and founded by Daniel Anastasio (piano), Marisa Bushman (viola), Ignacio Gallego (cello), and Sarah Silver Manzke (violin), Agarita nourishes the local community through artistic collaborations, community engagement and free, adventurous programming. The young chamber group offers a new, open-armed experience for listeners.

Agarita will present its final concert for its fourth season, ending with a special performance of J.S. Bach's masterpiece, "The Goldberg Variations." In this rendition, Agarita will mix Dmitry Sitkovesky's String Trio arrangement with Bach's original manuscript played on both piano and harpsichord.

An innovative chamber ensemble dedicated to producing bold, collaborative musical events, Agarita offers a new way to experience classical and contemporary music. Rooted in San Antonio and founded by Daniel Anastasio (piano), Marisa Bushman (viola), Ignacio Gallego (cello), and Sarah Silver Manzke (violin), Agarita nourishes the local community through artistic collaborations, community engagement and free, adventurous programming. The young chamber group offers a new, open-armed experience for listeners.

Agarita will present its final concert for its fourth season, ending with a special performance of J.S. Bach's masterpiece, "The Goldberg Variations." In this rendition, Agarita will mix Dmitry Sitkovesky's String Trio arrangement with Bach's original manuscript played on both piano and harpsichord.

An innovative chamber ensemble dedicated to producing bold, collaborative musical events, Agarita offers a new way to experience classical and contemporary music. Rooted in San Antonio and founded by Daniel Anastasio (piano), Marisa Bushman (viola), Ignacio Gallego (cello), and Sarah Silver Manzke (violin), Agarita nourishes the local community through artistic collaborations, community engagement and free, adventurous programming. The young chamber group offers a new, open-armed experience for listeners.

WHEN

WHERE

The Chapel of the Incarnate Word
4503 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
https://www.agarita.org/shows/2022/6/18/variations-on-the-goldberg-variations

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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