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Staller Center for the Arts
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY  11794
(631) 632-ARTS [2787]
boxoffice@stallercenter.com
www.stallercenter.com

RANDALL SCARLATA AND GILBERT KALISH - 11/6/19

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2019-2020 Build your own Series for 5 to 8 shows

Buy 5-8 shows for the 2019-20 Live Performance Season and receive $4 off each ticket.Series discounts can’t be combined with any other discount.New! You can now include $90 gala and Staller Kids shows in your series.

Please note, online series orders will Quickpick your seats.  If you have a seating preference please call our Box Office at 631-632-2787. 
 

Buy Multiple Show Bundle

2019-2020 Build your own Series for 9+ shows

By 9 or more shows for the 2019-20 Live Performance Season and receive $5 off each ticket.
Series discounts can’t be combined with any other discount.
New! You can now include $90 gala and Staller Kids shows in your series.

Please note, online series orders will Quickpick your seats. If you have a seating preference please call our Box Office at 631-632-2787.


TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY
SONGS FROM SCHUBERT'S FINAL YEAR

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 7:00 pm

Recital Hall $44

The distinguished baritone Randall Scarlata performs with Gilbert Kalish, a renowned distinguished professor at Stony Brook University and a multi-award winning pianist recognized as a major figure in American music-making.
The program will feature Schwanengesang, a work from Schubert’s final year.

Schwanengesang sets many poems by the 19th century poet Heinrich Heine to music. The last song in the cycle, a work of sweetness and love, is the very last work that Schubert wrote. This unique concert by these special artists celebrates the triumph and tragedy of Schubert’s life and music.
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