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Modern Art Museum to host pianist, cellist as part of music festival

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Fort Worth pianist John Owings and cellist Misha Quint to perform at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

The Invisible Shape of Music, at 7:30 p.m. April 11 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, features cellist Misha Quint and pianist John Owings at a concert presented by the InterHarmony International Music Festival.

The museum said the program creates an invisible but powerful exhibition of a wide range of emotions, displaying all musical styles with the resolve of Beethoven, baroque Bach, capricious Schumann, and impressionistic Debussy.

The core of the nature of creating melodic musical lines is the ability, with the sound of several notes, to express colorful feelings and images that make them personal to each listener – the invisible shape of music, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth says in a news release.

Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for seniors, and can be bought at www.interharmony.com/interharmony-concert-series-fort-worth-texas or two hours before the concert at the door.

Quint, Global Music Award winner for his CD Matryoshka Blues, performed with celebrated orchestras around the globe. Quint is Founder and Music Director of InterHarmony® International Music Festival in Acqui Terme, Italy, and Suzlbach-Rosenberg, Germany, InterHarmony Concert Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City and the Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth, Texas. Quint teaches at Mannes College in Manhattan. www.mishaquintcello.com Owings is praised for his exciting pianism and sensitive artistry. His versatile career has ranged from solo and chamber music recitals to concerto appearances in major cities around the world. Owings is professor of music at Texas Christian University.

– FWBP staff

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