Vincent d’Indy, Fauré, Schumann
Known for their sterling musicianship, the Fauré Piano Quartett has become a worldwide phenomenon, unearthing novel approaches to timeless pieces featuring the romanticism of the late 19th century. This program is a perfect setting for the ensemble’s dynamic approach and playing.
Webern, Berg, Schumann
This Banff and Cleveland Quartet Award-winning ensemble and former Shepherd School quartet-in-residence present Love Stories, a program dedicated to love and longing.
Mozart, Verdi, Beethoven
This powerhouse chamber music ensemble returns for their 34th appearance for CMH audiences to present a program of brilliant technical skill and finesse. Witness what has earned the Emerson Quartet nine Grammys and a legendary reputation over the past four decades.
Shostakovich, Enescu, Mendelssohn
Coming together for a performance of three legendary pieces written for string octet, the Dover and Escher string quartets will light up our stage with their shared enthusiasm and superb mastery.
Haydn, Korngold, Beethoven
In its fifth appearance for CMH, the Jerusalem Quartet brings its warm, full sound and phenomenal interpretations of the classical repertoire. Prepare for the stunning depth of expression in this demanding program.
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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