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Chelsea Music Festival Family Event: I Can See Clara Now

Chelsea Music Festival Family Event- I Can See Clara Now

Jun 8, 2019 @ 10:30 am12:00 pm

St. Paul’s German Lutheran Church
315 West 22nd Street Chelsea/Meatpacking
New York, New York

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$15, $40/family

Suggested Ages: All

Hear, taste and see the world of Clara Schumann. From the music as it would have been performed in the Schumann household, to culinary encounters with chefs, enter into the arts world of early 19th-century Leipzig. Imagine Clara practicing piano while the kids call for help on their cake projects, and Robert trying to write his string quartet in the study while Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn knock on the front door for a visit. Venture back to the Schumanns’ musical home— and kitchen.

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