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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED!

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This concert has been moved to the Spring of 2023. Thank you for your understanding.

Romantic Giants


What’s Happening?

Dr. Scott Watkins presents a solo recital of music by Franz Liszt, Cesar Franck, and Franz Schubert. The program opens with the poetic Three Petrarch Sonnets by Liszt, followed by the chromatic masterpiece, Prelude, Chorale and Fugue by Franck. Schubert’s epic Sonata in C Major, D. 840, closes the recital. Left incomplete at the composer’s death, the version presented in this program was completed in 1921 by Austrian composer Ernst Krenek. Schubert’s gift for melody and haunting harmonies is apparent in this symphonically conceived work. 

Dr. Scott Watkins presents a solo recital of music by Franz Liszt, Cesar Franck, and Franz Schubert. The program opens with the poetic Three Petrarch Sonnets by Liszt, followed by the chromatic masterpiece, Prelude, Chorale and Fugue by Franck. Schubert’s epic Sonata in C Major, D. 840, closes the recital. Left incomplete at the composer’s death, the version presented in this program was completed in 1921 by Austrian composer Ernst Krenek. Schubert’s gift for melody and haunting harmonies is apparent in this symphonically conceived work. 

About the Event Host
From award-winning theatre, dance and music, to the annual Fiat Lux Film Festival, the Aquarian Literary Magazine, philosophy slams, Walter Visiting Writer Series and exhibitions of nationally- and internationally-known visual artists at the Alexander Brest Gallery, the arts and humanities thrive at Jacksonville University. The annual Creative Arts Series features a stunning array of concerts, speakers and exhibitions from across the areas of dance, languages, literature, music, philosophy, theatre and the visual arts that contribute to the cultural life of Jacksonville and the Northeast Florida region.
When & Where
Sep 27, 2022, 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Terry Concert Hall
2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL
Free


What To Expect

Instrumental

Live Music

Classical


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