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Chaski, along with soprano Maureen Broy Papovich and pianist Jeanne Dayton Sasaki, presents Most Importantly, a recital of music that explores the things that really matter. Love, in all of its messiness, is the focus; but food is a recurring theme.

There will be harp solos inspired by Chocolate Mousse and Crêpes. The audience will hear a mother and daughter quarreling, in song, over love. A Bulgarian folk song will also be performed featuring a frog, a mouse, and a camel, in the kitchen, singing about love.

The recital’s centerpiece is the premiere of the song cycle Most Importantly, Loves (2021; Adrienne Inglis). The text is a series of short letters Ms. Papovich wrote as gifts of love and affirmation for her beloved younger relatives. They are mementos of family life: tender, celebratory, funny, heartbreaking.

There will be a reception after the performance that includes treats inspired by the repertoire.

Chaski, along with soprano Maureen Broy Papovich and pianist Jeanne Dayton Sasaki, presents Most Importantly, a recital of music that explores the things that really matter. Love, in all of its messiness, is the focus; but food is a recurring theme.

There will be harp solos inspired by Chocolate Mousse and Crêpes. The audience will hear a mother and daughter quarreling, in song, over love. A Bulgarian folk song will also be performed featuring a frog, a mouse, and a camel, in the kitchen, singing about love.

The recital’s centerpiece is the premiere of the song cycle Most Importantly, Loves (2021; Adrienne Inglis). The text is a series of short letters Ms. Papovich wrote as gifts of love and affirmation for her beloved younger relatives. They are mementos of family life: tender, celebratory, funny, heartbreaking.

There will be a reception after the performance that includes treats inspired by the repertoire.

Chaski, along with soprano Maureen Broy Papovich and pianist Jeanne Dayton Sasaki, presents Most Importantly, a recital of music that explores the things that really matter. Love, in all of its messiness, is the focus; but food is a recurring theme.

There will be harp solos inspired by Chocolate Mousse and Crêpes. The audience will hear a mother and daughter quarreling, in song, over love. A Bulgarian folk song will also be performed featuring a frog, a mouse, and a camel, in the kitchen, singing about love.

The recital’s centerpiece is the premiere of the song cycle Most Importantly, Loves (2021; Adrienne Inglis). The text is a series of short letters Ms. Papovich wrote as gifts of love and affirmation for her beloved younger relatives. They are mementos of family life: tender, celebratory, funny, heartbreaking.

There will be a reception after the performance that includes treats inspired by the repertoire.

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WHERE

Westminster Presbyterian Church
3208 Exposition Blvd.
Austin, TX 78703
https://wpcaustin.org/

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Admission is free.
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