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Legend has it Mozart wrote his trio for piano, clarinet, and viola after a rousing game of nine pins. Decades later, Schumann wrote a magical trio for the same instrumentation. Beerthoven is taking a few pages out of Rip Van Winkle's book for this concert of music, magic, imbibing, and bowling, featuring Mozart's "Kegelstatt" Trio, Schumann's "Fairy Tales" trio and Muczynski's Time Pieces.

The concert will feature violist Luis Bellorin (formerly of the Thalea String Quartet), pianist Linda Angkasa, and clarinetist Luz Sarmiento as the featured artists.

The performances on the March 25 and 27 will take place at the Austin Saengerrunde, upstairs from their historic bowling alley. Bowling will be offered before and after the performance on the 27th from 2-3 pm and 5-6 pm. Local magician Dylan Love will perform dazzling tricks during the intermission. Warm pastries and cold beer generously provided by Easy Tiger and Lazarus Brewing.

The March 26 performance will take place at a private mystery venue, with exact location to be revealed only to ticket purchasers.

Legend has it Mozart wrote his trio for piano, clarinet, and viola after a rousing game of nine pins. Decades later, Schumann wrote a magical trio for the same instrumentation. Beerthoven is taking a few pages out of Rip Van Winkle's book for this concert of music, magic, imbibing, and bowling, featuring Mozart's "Kegelstatt" Trio, Schumann's "Fairy Tales" trio and Muczynski's Time Pieces.

The concert will feature violist Luis Bellorin (formerly of the Thalea String Quartet), pianist Linda Angkasa, and clarinetist Luz Sarmiento as the featured artists.

The performances on the March 25 and 27 will take place at the Austin Saengerrunde, upstairs from their historic bowling alley. Bowling will be offered before and after the performance on the 27th from 2-3 pm and 5-6 pm. Local magician Dylan Love will perform dazzling tricks during the intermission. Warm pastries and cold beer generously provided by Easy Tiger and Lazarus Brewing.

The March 26 performance will take place at a private mystery venue, with exact location to be revealed only to ticket purchasers.

Legend has it Mozart wrote his trio for piano, clarinet, and viola after a rousing game of nine pins. Decades later, Schumann wrote a magical trio for the same instrumentation. Beerthoven is taking a few pages out of Rip Van Winkle's book for this concert of music, magic, imbibing, and bowling, featuring Mozart's "Kegelstatt" Trio, Schumann's "Fairy Tales" trio and Muczynski's Time Pieces.

The concert will feature violist Luis Bellorin (formerly of the Thalea String Quartet), pianist Linda Angkasa, and clarinetist Luz Sarmiento as the featured artists.

The performances on the March 25 and 27 will take place at the Austin Saengerrunde, upstairs from their historic bowling alley. Bowling will be offered before and after the performance on the 27th from 2-3 pm and 5-6 pm. Local magician Dylan Love will perform dazzling tricks during the intermission. Warm pastries and cold beer generously provided by Easy Tiger and Lazarus Brewing.

The March 26 performance will take place at a private mystery venue, with exact location to be revealed only to ticket purchasers.

WHEN

WHERE

Austin Saengerrunde
1607 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, TX
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nine-pins-and-fairy-tales-tickets-289887650767

TICKET INFO

$25
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