Music was part of Still’s life from an early age. Still played piano and memorized works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Schubert. His record collection, which is part of the Museum’s archives, includes an eclectic mix of classical, jazz, traditional gospel, blues, and folk. This winter, the Clyfford Still Museum is partnering with the Friends of Chamber Music and Swallow Hill Music to offer a new way to encounter Still’s work: live music in the galleries. Experience Still’s work through sight and sound. Sit, look, listen, enjoy.
April 9: Patterson/Sutton Duo
Kimberly Patterson (cello) and Patrick Sutton (guitar) formed their duo in 2011 as doctoral students at the University of Colorado,and have collaborated in recitals, residencies, and lectures throughout the country and abroad. Their program will include the world premiere of Colorado composer Nathan Hall’s “Time and the Villa,” Steven Goss’s “The Autumn Song,” and Ricardo Iznaola’s “Musique de Salon.”