A few years ago, a string quartet sat in a practice room workshopping a piece by Alfred Schnittke. Soon enough, cellist Amanda Gookin said, the group started a jam session that mashed Schnittke and Haydn together. It was then that PUBLIQuartet came to fruition in earnest.
Chamber music sometimes means string quartets and long-dead composers, but for Will Holshouser, it means accordion and improv.
Angella Ahn picked up the violin as a child after watching an orchestra’s violin section and admiring how it selfishly
Arie Lipsky describes organizing the chamber music phase that School of Music students participate in as piecing together a 1,000-piece puzzle.
With more than seven decades of history, the Chautauqua Quartet is an institution of its own.
As he hops from country to country with the Vienna Piano Trio, pianist Stefan Mendl said the varying reactions to his performances are sometimes the most entertaining part.
Gabrielle Israelievitch still calls him her boyfriend. Thirty years of marriage, three kids and stage IV lung cancer hasn’t hindered Jacques’ and Gabrielle’s love in any way. If anything, it’s been refreshed.
A key component in making music is spending countless hours in a practice room, improving. But those hours pass quickly when spent with beloved colleagues.
ROSE ESEMBLE Across 19 seasons, Jordan Sramek’s Rose Ensemble can claim awards, record deals and performances across Europe and America,
At 4 p.m. today in Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall, Jonathan Beyer, an operatic baritone, returns to his old stomping grounds with violist Rose Armbrust Griffin and pianist Susan Nowicki for the final Logan Chamber Music Series concert of the