Preview: A Look at the Live Music Of North Shore Chamber Music Fest

By Keegan Morris |

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Vadim Gluzman is the artistic director of the North Shore Chamber Music Festival; he's also one of the weekend's performers. (Photo: Marco Borggreve)

For many of us, it's been more than a year since we've had the pleasure of seeing live music. There's hope that that may change somewhat soon, but in the meantime, you can enjoy the beauty of live music-making (even if you aren't there in person) with this chamber music medley.

WFMT connected with the North Shore Chamber Music Festival to preview its 10th anniversary season and its return to live performance. WFMT's Maggie Clennon Reberg hosted a live look at what audiences can expect in a hybrid streaming/in-person slate of programming from June 8 to 12, 2021. We start off with an intimate duet written by Atar Arad and performed by Arad and violinist Lisa Shihoten, we then add a few chairs, as a star-studded cast, including Vadim Gluzman, violin, Mark Kosower, cello, and Catherine Chen, bassoon, come together to perform the final movement of Beethoven's Septet in E-Flat Major.

The North Shore Chamber Music Festival returns for three hybrid, in-person/streaming, performances from June 8-12, 2021. Visit for more information.

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