Stravinsky, Mozart, Brahms
Arriving from Paris, this brilliant ensemble dazzles audiences with lush playing and stylish precision. Prepare for a full, enriching program, including Stravinky’s pastiche inspired by Russian folk music and dance, the English comedian Little Tich, and ancient church rites.
Schubert, Beethoven, Mozart
The Austin-based Miró Quartet carries a world-class reputation for its “exceptional tonal focus and interpretive intensity” (Cleveland Plain-Dealer). Grammy Award-winning violist, Masumi Per Rostad, joins them for Mozart’s Quintet in G Minor.
Schulhoff, Mendelssohn, Weinberg
Winner of the Fischoff (2014) and Naumburg (2016) Awards, the Telegraph Quartet makes its CMH debut this season, bringing a combination of brilliance and subtlety to a demanding program.
Haydn, Ravel, Beethoven
The Vienna Piano Trio returns to the stage with its newest member, the legendary cellist Clemens Hagen. These stellar musicians bring their passion and razor-sharp performance skills to a richly diverse program.
L’ubica Čekovská, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky
After winning its sixth Gramophone Award, the Pavel Haas Quartet, known for a blend of rich, elegant playing and Bohemian tradition, will return to our stage.
Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Dvořák
The stars are aligned when these three legendary musicians come together! Prepare for a memorable performance interwoven with the rich and varied textures.
Dvořák, Shostakovich, Mendelssohn
One of the favorite CMH traditions continues with this legendary ensemble closing the season in a record 35th appearance for CMH. Prepare for an evening program that will delight and amaze you when performed by these masters.
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