Sergei Prokofiev is one of the world’s most performed composers — played more often by American orchestras than Haydn, Ravel, or Stravinsky — yet one masterpiece has slipped through the cracks.
Prokofiev wrote his Sonata for Unaccompanied Violin, Opus 115 to be played in a group, but remarkably, it has never been so performed in the US.
Join Make Music New York to make history, and join violinists from the Yale School of Music to realize Prokofiev’s dream! The performance will take place outdoors in the West Village on June 21st.
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