Chamber music and philosophy for July 4 performance

Showstopper: Renowned Australian Concert Pianist Phillip Shovk returns to Kendall to perform with pianist Jeanell Carrigan and violinist Goetz Richter in a superb program of popular music inspired by nature and truth.
Showstopper: Renowned Australian Concert Pianist Phillip Shovk returns to Kendall to perform with pianist Jeanell Carrigan and violinist Goetz Richter in a superb program of popular music inspired by nature and truth.

The next Kendall's PhiloMusica event on Sunday, July 4 pays tribute to American Independence at the Kendall School of Arts featuring a program of music by Copland, Gershwin, Dvorak and Barber.

Renowned Australian Concert Pianist Phillip Shovk returns to Kendall to perform with pianist Jeanell Carrigan and violinist Goetz Richter in a superb program of popular music inspired by nature and truth.

The popular Kendall PhiloMusica series explores music in the context of a discussion of philosophical ideas.

PhiloMusica on July 4 will present the thought of Henry Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson - the nineteenth century New England Transcendalists whose thought continued to powerfully influence social and ecological political movements throughout the twentieth century including movements of civil disobedience and the advancement of human rights.

The series is convened by Kendall National Violin Competition Artistic Director Goetz Richter and all profits of the concert will benefit the Kendall National Violin Competition.

Further dates of the series in 2021 are September 5 and November 7.

The program for the July 4 event will start at 1pm.

Tickets $30 (attendance at 1pm talk free with concert ticket).

Ticket bookings at events.humanitix.com/philomusica-july-4 or by phoning Mavis Barnes 6559 4339.