The Lysander Piano Trio and clarinetist Charles Neidich come together for a program by European composers–Bartok (Hungary), Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Italy), Hindemith (Germany), and Ben-Haim (Germany)–who were displaced due to the rise of Nazism and Fascism in the 1930s and sought refuge outside of Europe, relocating to the United States and Israel.
Paul Ben-Haim: Variations on a Hebrew Melody (1939)
Bela Bartók: Contrasts (1938)
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Romanzero Con Variazioni from Trio, op. 70 no. 2
Paul Hindemith: Quartet For Clarinet and Piano Trio (1939)