As part of the Russian Winter Festival I: Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky, the Columbus Symphony and Columbus Museum of Art will collaborate with an afternoon lecture that pairs chamber music performances by Symphony musicians with works from the CMA art collection.
This presentation will focus on landscape views of winter by European and American painters, from Old Masters to contemporary artists, present the coldest and often most dramatic of the four seasons with different meanings and messages. Works range from scenes of light-hearted frolics in the snow to moving meditations on death and redemption.
This event will take place at the CMA.
Tickets are $5 for CMA members/ $20 for non-members which includes admission.