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Crescent City Chamber Music Festival: Benefit Concert

CCCMF 2019 Benefit Concert
Felicity Church
1220 Felicity St.
Monday, October 14, 2019
Doors: 6:30 PM
No RSVP required
FREE Admission

Come enjoy some wine, cocktails, and refreshments in the restored beauty of  the historic Felicity Church, and get an intimate look at the mission and outreach work CCCMF has been doing since its inception in 2015. Through musical performances of works not heard in the public concerts and special visual presentations, prepare to be inspired and to learn how you can support CCCMF as we continue to expand our important work in New Orleans!

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Crescent City Chamber Music Festival #6

Free Public Concert No. 6
CCCMF 2019 Season Finale Concert
Sanctuary, Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church
3900 Saint Charles Avenue
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Doors: 4:30 PM
Concert: 5 PM (reception to follow)

“Europe on the Brink”

For CCCMF’s 2019 Season Finale Concert in Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church’s historic Sanctuary, Ensemble-in-Residence the Manhattan Chamber Players will give a rich, varied program of music written in Europe during first half of the 20th century.  An exciting yet fearful time, ever-increasing Nationalism extended to the musical world, creating far greater variety in compositional style from country to country, but the constant threat of war (or the actuality of it) also gave much music from this period a visceral immediacy.  Join us for this exciting program!

Program:

Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)
Sonatine (1905)

Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Sextet from Capriccio, Op. 85 (1941)

Béla Bartók (1881 – 1945)
Contrasts, Sz.111 (1938)

Intermission

Joaquín Turina (1882 – 1949)
Scéne Andalouse, Op. 7 (1912)

Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)
Introduction and Allegro (1905)

Manhattan Chamber Players

Bridget Kibbey, Harp
Emi Ferguson, Flute
Mark Dover, Clarinet
Adam Golka, Piano
Katie Hyun, Violin
Brendan Speltz, Violin
Luke Fleming, Viola
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, Viola
Jacob Fowler, Cello
Andrew Janss, Cello
Brook Speltz, Cello

More info at: http://crescentcitychambermusicfestival.com/free-public-concert-no-6/

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Crescent City Chamber Music Festival #4

Free Public Concert No. 4
Urban South Brewery
1645 Tchoupitoulas St.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
6 PM

This informal concert, a favorite of CCCMF fans, will pair great Classical music with some of New Orleans’ best local beer, all in the fantastic space inside the very brewery that makes it!  

Special beer flights will also be available for purchase.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival.

Stick around for drinks with CCCMF Festival Artists
immediately after the concert!

Featuring the Manhattan Chamber Players

Emi Ferguson, Flute
Mark Dover, Clarinet
Katie Hyun, Violin
Brendan Speltz, Violin
Luke Fleming, Viola
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, Viola
Jacob Fowler, Cello
Andrew Janss, Cello
Brook Speltz, Cello

More info here: http://crescentcitychambermusicfestival.com/free-public-concert-no-4/

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Music at Midday

Music at Midday

Music at Midday

Music at Midday is a weekly concert series that is free and open to the public. This week features Chavdar Parashkevov, violin & Natasha Kuslenko, piano.

September 18, 2019 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM // Uptown Campus: Dixon Hall 

“The critically acclaimed violin and piano duo, Chavdar Parashkevov and Natasha Kislenko, recently released a new CD “Russian Sonatas” with three major sonatas by Prokofiev, Schnittke and Nikolayev. Currently, they are on tour playing recitals and promoting this CD in Europe, Asia and the United States.” Learn more here.

This event is hosted by the Newcomb Department of Music at Tulane University. “The mission of the Music Department at Tulane University is to train and inspire aspiring professionals as well as enthusiasts for lifelong involvement in the various facets of music. This instruction is offered by talented performers, historians, ethnomusicologists, theorists, composers and technologists, who honor and build upon the outstanding music tradition of the department. By giving freely of these strengths and resources, and offering educational guidance and enriching performances on and off campus, the influence of the department resonates in the greater New Orleans community. Rooted in the uniquely dynamic musical past and present of the city, it seeks to contribute to this cultural life, while fostering an understanding of the broader practice of music-making worldwide.”

Check out the event here. Learn more about other classical events happening in New Orleans on our calendar here!

 

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