Violinist and String Department Chair Kevin Lawrence performs Kurt Weill’s Concerto for violin and wind orchestra, Op. 12, on its 100th anniversary. Composed in 1925, Weill’s violin concerto was one of his most important works, but he is perhaps best known for his work in musical theater and opera.
Location: Watson Hall - UNC School of the Arts
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Winston Salem, NC 27127
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