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Events for January 2019
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Jan 22, 2019
Neave Trio Performs Debussy, Piazzolla presented by Noontime Concerts
Dates: January 22, 2019
Sponsor: Noontime Concerts
Auditorium: Old St. Mary's Cathedral
  660 California Street
  San Francisco, CA United States
Web: http://noontimeconcerts.org/?post_type=concerts&p=7189

The Neave Trio (Anna Williams, violin; Mikhail Veselov, cello; Eri Nakamura, piano) is presented by Noontime Concerts, a series of free public concerts on Tuesdays at Old St. Mary’s Cathedral. Their program includes Debussy’s Piano Trio in G Major and Piazzolla’s Las Cuatros Estaciones Porteñas (Four Seasons of Buenos Aires). Recordings of these works were released on Neave Trio’s two most recent CDs, French Moments (Chandos Records), and Celebrating Piazzolla (Azica Records). According to BBC Music Magazine, “The performances balance passion with sensitivity and grace,” while The Strad praises the trio’s “eloquent phrasing and deft control of textures.”

Jan 24, 2019
Late Night Rose: Janacek, Dvorak, and Korngold
Dates: Jan 24 9PM
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/late-night-rose-january-24-2019/

Explore both classics and rarities of the chamber music repertoire, offering cabaret-style seating, a complimentary glass of wine, and engaging commentary. Program JANACEK Pohádka for Cello and Piano (1910) DVORAK Drobnosti (Miniatures) for Two Violins and Viola, Op. 75a (1887) KORNGOLD Quintet in E major for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 15 (1921-22)

Jan 25, 2019
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Dates: Jan 25
Auditorium: Rackham Auditorium
  915 East Washington Street
  Ann Arbor, MI United States
Phone: 7347642538
Web: https://ums.org/performance/chamber-music-society-of-lincoln-center/

The stellar ensemble of Daniel Hope, Paul Neubauer, and Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center artistic directors Wu Han and David Finckel comes together for an evening of piano quartet classics. Between repertoire favorites of Brahms and Dvo?ák, the artists offer the warm-hearted piano quartet by the renowned Czech Romantic composer and violinist Josef Suk, a student of Dvo?ák who eventually became his beloved son-in-law.

Indian Classical Ragas on the Piano- Utsav Lal, piano
Dates: January 25th
Auditorium: Areté Venue and Gallery
  67 West St, #103
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Web: http://www.aretevenue.com

Young Steinway Artist, creative pianist Utsav Lal has set a precedent with his innovative handling of Indian Classical music.His unfailing clarity of technique & rhythmic virtuosity has led to an impressive career with solo performances at global venues. The 26 year classical & jazz pianist’s music has a powerful intensity and is known for its sincerity, simplicity and depth. Lal will perform traditional Indian ragas and interpretations of Indian repertoire drawing from his experience with different types of improvised music. $15 entry

Mix at Six: Pablo Sáinz Villegas
Dates: Jan 25
Auditorium: The Harris Theater
  205 East Randolph Drive
  Chicago, IL United States
Phone: 312.334.7777
Web: http://www.harristheaterchicago.org/tickets/2018-2019-season/mix-at-six--pablo-vi

Pablo Sáinz Villegas has become a worldwide sensation known as one of this generation’s great guitarists. With “virtuosic playing characterized by irresistible exuberance” (The New York Times), Villegas’s interpretations conjure the passion, playfulness, and drama of Rioja, his homeland’s rich musical heritage. While carrying on Spanish guitar traditions, Villegas is equally dedicated to new music, premiering works by John Williams, Sergio Assad, and others.

Sara Davis Buechner performs with the Rhode Island Philharmonic
Dates: Jan 25,26, 2019
Sponsor: Rhode Island Philharmonic
Auditorium: The VETS
Contact: Carrie Feiner
  1 Avenue of the Arts
  Providence, RI United States
Phone: 914-725-0200
e-mail: FeinerEnt@gmail.com
Web: http://www.saradavisbuechner.com

NY Times "Sara Buechner has it all.....intelligence, integrity, and all-encompassing technical prowess" . It is hard to match up to this outstanding pianist. Sara Davis Buechner performs the Strauss Burleske and Mozart Concert Rondo for Piano and Orchestra with the Rhode Island Philharmonic

Sounds of the American Century
Dates: Jan 25
Auditorium: Carnegie Hall
Contact: Alice Terrett
  881 7th Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 6462375034
e-mail: info@americansymphony.org
Web: http://americansymphony.org/american-century/

Sounds of the American Century Friday, January 25, 2019 Conductor’s Notes Q&A 7 PM–7:30 PM Concert 8 PM–10:00 PM Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage) Prices $25 / $40 / $55 Program Robert Mann – Fantasy for Orchestra Jacob Druckman – Prism Vivian Fine – Concertante for Piano and Orchestra (New York Premiere) William Schuman – Symphony No. 3 Artists Leon Botstein, conductor Charlie Albright, piano Program and artists subject to change. New York City composers of the mid-20th century sought to define a new American sensibility in orchestral music. The abstract works of Robert Mann, the legendary founder of the Juilliard Quartet, and Jacob Druckman explored the possibilities of orchestral color and sound. Vivian Fine and William Schuman brought their compositional craft to the classical tradition of orchestral music. Their works are marked by vitality, brilliance, and structural clarity.

Jan 26, 2019
Baroque Masters
Dates: January 26
Auditorium: Ambassador Auditorium
Contact: Pasadena Symphony and POPS
  131 South St. John Ave
  Pasadena, CA United States
Phone: 6267937172
e-mail: info@pasadenasymphony-pops.org
Web: http://pasadenasymphony-pops.org/concert/baroque-masters/

“One of the finest baroque conductors of his generation” (London Independent), Nic McGegan conducts the best of the Baroque with Bach’s Brandenburgs, Handel’s Water Music and Vivaldi Concertos. Performances at 2pm and 8pm. Bach Concerto for Two Violins Vivaldi Concerto for Cello Vivaldi Concerto for Bassoon Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 Handel Water Music Suite No. 1

But wait! There's more!
Dates: Jan. 26
Auditorium: Center for New Music
  55 Taylor Street
  San Francisco, CA United States
e-mail: publicity@E4TT.org
Web: http://e4tt.org

Ensemble for These Times closes out its 56×54 series with short works by emerging and established composers from Brazil, Czech Republic, and the U.S. for soprano, cello, and piano. Program includes works by: Jerry Casey, Scott Etan Feiner, Derek Jenkins, Sam Krahn, Melanie Mitrano, Loretta Notareschi, Carlos dos Santos, Dan Senn, Tamar Diesendruck, Missy Mazzoli, Shulamit Ran, Elena Ruehr, Laura Schwendinger, Sarah Kirkland Snider Plus excerpts from "Cinq Homages" by E4TT composer David Garner McGuinness and Lerner-Wright with guests violinist Ilana Blumberg Thomas, violist Julie Michael, and pianist Xin Zhao

Grammy-winning Guitarist Jason Vieaux with Symphony in C
Dates: January 26, 2019
Sponsor: Rutgers-Camden
Auditorium: Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts
  314 Linden Street
  Camden, NJ United States
Web: http://tickets.symphonyinc.org/TSSInternetSales/tss_sales_1.aspx

Grammy-winning classical guitarist Jason Vieaux returns as soloist with the Symphony in C at Walter K Gordon Theatre. On this program entitled Mediterranean Journey, Vieaux performs Joaquin Rodrigo's Fantasia para un Gentilhombre (1954), led by Music Director Silian Kirov. Grammy-winner Jason Vieaux, "among the elite of today's classical guitarists" (Gramophone), is the guitarist that goes beyond the classical. Vieaux has earned a reputation for putting his expressiveness and virtuosity at the service of a remarkably wide range of music, and his schedule of performing, teaching, and recording commitments is distinguished throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Jan 27, 2019
Esteemed Ensemble
Dates: Jan 27 5PM
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/esteemed-ensemble-january-27-2019/

After extensive American and European tours, this ensemble of close friends and colleagues reunites for a program of piano quartet classics. Brahms’s masterful work is juxtaposed with Dvo?ák’s irresistibly charming quartet, and these widely-loved piano quartets are perfectly balanced by a stunning work from great Czech master (and Dvo?ák’s son-in-law) Josef Suk. SUK Quartet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 1 (1891) BRAHMS Quartet No. 3 in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 60 (1855-56, 1874) DVORAK Quartet in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 87 (1889) Wu Han, PIANO • Daniel Hope, VIOLIN • Paul Neubauer, VIOLA • David Finckel, CELLO

Free Concert: The Orchestra Now presents “Pictures at an Exhibition”
Dates: Jan 27
Auditorium: Symphony Space
Contact: Alice Terrett
  Upper Level, 2537 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 6462375034
e-mail: theorchestranow@gmail.com
Web: http://theorchestranow.org/concerts/peter-norton-symphony-space/

Free Concert: The Orchestra Now presents “Pictures at an Exhibition” Sunday January 27, 2019 at 4 pm at Peter Norton Symphony Space RSVP online starting August 15 The Orchestra Now presents “Pictures at an Exhibition” conducted by Zachary Schwartzman, resident conductor of The Orchestra Now. This Sunday matinee performance includes: Lyadov: The Enchanted Lake Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite Ravel: La Valse Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Ravel)

Music of Remembrance Ensemble
Dates: Jan. 27, 2019
Sponsor: Music at Kohl Mansion
Auditorium: Kohl Mansion
  2750 Adeline Drive
  Burlingame, CA United States
Phone: 6507621130
e-mail: admin@musicatkohl.org
Web: https://musicatkohl.org/

The new year begins with a performance by the Music of Remembrance Ensemble. This provocatively titled concert by the Seattle-based group features music by composers whose lives, works and careers were profoundly impacted by WWII. The mission of Music of Remembrance is not only to remember the Holocaust, but also to impart vital lessons which extend to all those persecuted for their faith, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality. Comprised of Seattle's preeminent chamber musicians, Music of Remembrance will perform this powerful program on International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Mieczyslaw Weinberg's Aria, Op. 9 (String Quartet); Hans Krasa's Dance (String Trio); Dick Kattenburg's Escapades (Violin Duo); Erwin Schulhoff's Five Pieces for String Quartet; Gideon Klein's String Trio; and Betty Olivero's Zeks Yiddishe Lider un Tantz from The Golem (String Quartet and Clarinet).

New Music: Norgard, Bolcom, Bennett, and Cheung
Dates: Jan 17 9PM
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/new-music-january-17-2019-900/

Featuring a spectacular array of today’s finest composers, this series invites listeners to experience musical innovation in the intimate Rose Studio. Choose the concert time that works best for you – 6:30 or 9:00 PM. Program PER NORGARD Quartet No. 10 for Strings, "Høsttidløs" (2005) WILLIAM BOLCOM Suite for Violin and Cello (1997) ED BENNETT For Marcel Dzama for Piano, Violin, and Cello (2007) ANTHONY CHEUNG New Work for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello (CMS Commission, World Premiere)

Telegraph Quartet presents Mozart Birthday Celebration Concert
Dates: January 27, 2019
Sponsor: San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Auditorium: Sol Joseph Recital Hall
Contact: francesca@jensenartists.com
  50 Oak Street
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: 4158647326
Web: http://sfcm.edu/events/chamber-music-faculty-concert

The Telegraph Quartet presents a Mozart Birthday Celebration in Sol Joseph Recital Hall at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. The Telegraph Quartet is on the chamber music faculty as the quartet-in-residence at the Conservatory, and for this performance they join forces with fellow faculty members violinist Ian Swensen and violist Dimitri Murrath. The program includes Mozart's Duo in G major for violin and viola K. 423, performed by Ian Swensen and Dmitri Murrath; Swensen and Telegraph Quartet violinist Eric Chin present Prokofiev's Sonata for two violins, Op. 56; and the Quartet concludes the program with Mozart's String Quartet No. 21 in D Major, K. 575 "The Prussian."

Jan 28, 2019
Master Class with Daniel Hope, Violin
Dates: Jan 28 11AM
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: mmuscato@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/master-class-with-daniel-hope-january-28-2019/

The art of interpretation and details of technique are explained as master artists share their wisdom with the next generation of chamber musicians. Free, but tickets are required. Suggested admission of $10. Call 212-875-5788 to reserve free tickets.

Jan 29, 2019
Esteemed Ensemble
Dates: Jan 29 7:30PM
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  1941 Broadway
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/esteemed-ensemble-january-29-2019/

After extensive American and European tours, this ensemble of close friends and colleagues reunites for a program of piano quartet classics. Brahms’s masterful work is juxtaposed with Dvo?ák’s irresistibly charming quartet, and these widely-loved piano quartets are perfectly balanced by a stunning work from great Czech master (and Dvo?ák’s son-in-law) Josef Suk. SUK Quartet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 1 (1891) BRAHMS Quartet No. 3 in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 60 (1855-56, 1874) DVORAK Quartet in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 87 (1889) Wu Han, PIANO • Daniel Hope, VIOLIN • Paul Neubauer, VIOLA • David Finckel, CELLO

Jan 30, 2019
Inside Chamber Music
Dates: Jan 30 6:30PM
Auditorium: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Contact: Melissa Muscato
  165 W. 65th Street, 10th Floor
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2128755788
e-mail: info@chambermusicsociety.org
Web: http://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/inside-chamber-music-with-bruce-adolphe-january-30-2019/

Join distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe for investigations and insights into masterworks performed during the Alice Tully Hall season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. Each lecture is supported by excerpts from the featured piece, performed live by CMS artists. Program Beethoven Quartet in C-sharp minor for Strings, Op. 131 (1825-26)

Jan 31, 2019
Gino Sitson + 1
Dates: January 31
Auditorium: Areté Venue and Gallery
  67 West St, #103
  Brooklyn, NY United States
e-mail: info@aretevenue.com
Web: http://www.aretevenue.com

Gino Sitson: voice, body percussion & compositions Jennifer Vincent: cello & voice An exciting and energetic combination of new sounds, where percussive grooves and enchanting vocals are intertwined with lyrical melodies. The concept, which has Roots in the African tradition with hints of classical European and American jazz, makes the music and the experience of listening to it truly unique. "An extraordinarily pliable voice in settings rich with melody, emotion and rhythm…his gift for melody and his persuasive powers for interpretation establish an instant connection for listeners…always fascinating." Don Heckman - LOS ANGELES TIMES "Gino Sitson, a New Yorker from Cameroon, sings modal songs that repatriate African-influenced jazz. Also, using his body for percussion, he performs vocal solos that evoke all sorts of voices, instruments and natural sounds, as if Bobby McFerrin had a brother steeped in African polyphony." NEW YORK TIMES - Jon Pareles, NEW YORK TIMES (Oct 22, 2004)

Gino Sitson + 1
Dates: January 31st
Auditorium: Arete Venue and Gallery
  67 West St, #103
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Web: http://www.aretevenue.com

7pm Gino Sitson: voice, body percussion & compositions Jennifer Vincent: cello & voice An exciting and energetic combination of new sounds, where percussive grooves and enchanting vocals are intertwined with lyrical melodies. The concept, which has Roots in the African tradition with hints of classical European and American jazz, makes the music and the experience of listening to it truly unique. "An extraordinarily pliable voice in settings rich with melody, emotion and rhythm…his gift for melody and his persuasive powers for interpretation establish an instant connection for listeners…always fascinating." Don Heckman - LOS ANGELES TIMES "Gino Sitson, a New Yorker from Cameroon, sings modal songs that repatriate African-influenced jazz. Also, using his body for percussion, he performs vocal solos that evoke all sorts of voices, instruments and natural sounds, as if Bobby McFerrin had a brother steeped in African polyphony." NEW YORK TIMES - Jon Pareles, NEW YORK TIMES (Oct 22, 2004)



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