Events - Upcoming

Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
New York, New York
Thursday, 12 March 2020 - 7:30 PM
During this season of milestones, CMS looks to works in the past century that have set the stage for composers today. These prophetic voices have pioneered innovations that have changed the current musical landscape, fascinating listeners and sparking curiosity. Nothing has fascinated, provoked, and unbridled music like explorations in tonalities and pitches. Composers’ experiments range from shaking up the hierarchy of tones with serialism to challenging the boundaries of discrete pitches. While Schoenberg wasn’t the very first to break free of tonality, he was a pioneer who unlocked boundless potential in the use of tones. His late String Trio maintains a strong sense of tradition, formally speaking, while using innovative intervallic relationships that generate raw energy.
Presenter: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Schoenberg: String Trio, Op. 45
Artists: Kristin Lee (Violin); Richard O'Neill (Viola); Mihai Marica (Cello)
du Bois: New Work
Artists: Adam Walker (Flute); Sebastian Manz (Clarinet); Richard O'Neill (Viola); Mihai Marica (Cello)
Murail: Paludes for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, and Cello
Artists: Adam Walker (Flute); Sebastian Manz (Clarinet); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Richard O'Neill (Viola); Mihai Marica (Cello)
Johnston: Quartet for Strings no 4 "Amazing Grace"
Artists: Chad Hoopes (Violin); Kristin Lee (Violin); Richard O'Neill (Viola); Mihai Marica (Cello)
Alice Tully Hall
New York, New York
Sunday, 29 March 2020 - 5:00 PM
Composed to help launch a major career in Vienna, Beethoven’s three Op. 1 piano trios are true milestones in the chamber literature. That Beethoven chose the piano trio to show his personality and skill speaks volumes of the stature of chamber music in the Classical age, and Beethoven did not disappoint: his first three trios earned him enough to pay his bills for almost three years. Debussy’s charming Petite Suite for Piano, Four Hands leads to the audacious, show-stopping chamber concerto of Chausson.
Presenter: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Beethoven: Trio for Piano and Strings no 1 in E flat major, Op. 1 no 1
Artists: Jon Kimura Parker (Piano); Wu Han (Piano); Francisco Fullana (Violin); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Paul Huang (Violin); Paul Neubauer (Viola); Nicholas Canellakis (Cello); David Finckel (Cello)
Debussy: Petite Suite, L.65 for piano four hands
Artists: Jon Kimura Parker (Piano); Wu Han (Piano)
Chausson: Concert for Piano, Violin and String Quartet in D major, Op. 21
Artists: Jon Kimura Parker (Piano); Wu Han (Piano); Francisco Fullana (Violin); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Paul Huang (Violin); Paul Neubauer (Viola); Nicholas Canellakis (Cello); David Finckel (Cello)
Alice Tully Hall
New York, New York
Sunday, 19 April 2020 - 5:00 PM
In terms of pure musicality, George Gershwin was America’s Schubert. He composed with a creativity and skill that immortalized his art, and hardly any of his works is more embedded in the world’s musical consciousness than Rhapsody in Blue, originally described by Gershwin as a “symphony” for piano solo and jazz band. This extraordinary chamber music program pays tribute to great composers who crossed the bridge between the classical and jazz idiom, with dazzling results.
Presenter: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Ravel: Sonata for Violin and Piano
Artists: Anne-Marie McDermott (Piano); Orion Weiss (Piano); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Orion String Quartet
Marsalis: Selections from At the Octoroon Balls for String Quartet
Artists: Anne-Marie McDermott (Piano); Orion Weiss (Piano); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Orion String Quartet
Milhaud: La création du monde, Op. 81
Artists: Anne-Marie McDermott (Piano); Orion Weiss (Piano); Chad Hoopes (Violin); Orion String Quartet
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