Mozart | Mendelssohn | Brahms
These perennial CMH favorites make a record-setting 35th appearance on our stage for an admittedly bittersweet but not-to-be-missed FAREWELL TOUR.
Rachmaninoff | Al-Zand | Shostakovich | Brahms
CHAMBER MUSIC HOUSTON'S EMERGING YOUNG ENSEMBLE OF THE 2022-2023 SEASON This exciting young ensemble is the talk of chamber music circles these days. Be among the first to discover them in a carefully chosen program, opening with an homage to Rachmaninoff on the 150th anniversary of his birth and featuring the WORLD PREMIERE a new piece, co-commissioned by CMH, by Shepherd School composer Karim Al-Zand.
Haydn | Legeti | Schubert
In its third appearance at CMH, the consummate Madrid-based artists return in a wide-ranging program culminating with a perpetual audience favorite: Schubert’s “Death and the Maiden”.
Suk | Korngold | Dvorak
After achieving great success in Hollywood, Austrian-American Erich Wolfgang Korngold returned his focus to concert works, upon which the likes of Richard Strauss and Puccini had heaped praise. Hear one of his last major such works performed by our favorite Prague-based ensemble, whom Gramophone’s cover once proclaimed “The World’s Most Exciting Quartet”.
Reinecke | Mozart | Schulhoff | Beethoven
Though its string ensemble is already well-known to CMH audiences, the celebrated Academy of St Martin in the Fields offers us this time a wind ensemble in a program featuring two superb quintets for piano and winds by the masters: Mozart and Beethoven.
Smetana | Mozart | Mendelssohn
After a planed second appearance had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, the Calidore Quartet will return to close the season in a beautiful program featuring string quintets by Mendelssohn and Mozart, aided by Lincoln Center star violist Matthew Lipman, already well-known to CMH audience from past cmh@home digital presentations.
Only seven of the most beautiful quintets composed for strings, winds, and piano!
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