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    Nature or Nurture? How much does social environment and locale influence brave, renegade artists? Dvorak, Bartok, and Stravinsky all traveled miles across the sea to reach the New World… but what new ideas were provided to these visionaries? Take a deep dive into the convergence of genius and inspiration in this exploration of cross-cultural influence. Featuring clarinetist James Shields, violinist David Felberg, and pianist Michelle Schumann. For tickets and details, please visit https://austinchambermusic.org/event/the-new-world/.

    James Shields, clarinet | David Felberg, violin | Michelle Schumann, piano

    Austin Chamber Music Center’s Saturday concert takes place at the First Unitarian Church. Advance tickets on sale now. Save up to 20% on your tickets by getting a discount package of 3+ season concerts. Subject to availability, $12 Student Rush (with student ID), $30 General Admission, and $45 Premium tickets may be purchased at the box office on the evening of the Saturday concert. The box office will open at 6:30 PM that day. There are also limited tickets available for the Friday night Intimate Concert at KMFA, $90 with food and drinks. If you prefer to watch online, virtual tickets are available on a sliding scale and include a Friday night livestream with on-demand access available through May 31.

    This concert is part of the Austin Chamber Music Center’s 2022–2023 Season: Big Fish, Bigger Pond. For tickets and more information, please visit https://austinchambermusic.org/concert-season/.

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