Meira Warshauer’s Bracha for violin and piano will be performed by Opus Two, violinist William Terwilliger and pianist Andrew Cooperstock on Saturday, June 13 – 2:00 PM as part of their concert at Columbia Museum of Art, 1515 Main Street in Columbia, South Carolina.
The composer writes, “Bracha (https://meirawarshauer.com/works/bracha/) is a musical interpretation of the Jewish concept of blessing. The Hebrew word, bracha, is related to breicha, which means pool of water, or flowing stream. In this composition, it is interpreted as a stream of Divine goodness flowing downward into the world.”
Other composers on the program will be Stravinsky, Ysaÿe and Brahms. Visit Opus Two at http://www.opustwo.org/.
The concert is free with museum membership or admission. For more information, call 803-799-2810 or visit http://www.columbiamuseum.org/happenings/baker-and-baker-presents-opus-2.