Mon, 1/15 — Will Liverman
Called “a voice for this historic moment” (Washington Post), baritone Will Liverman has been hailed by critics for his versatility in dramatic and comedic roles, as well as on concert stages in North America and internationally, and his dedication and vision as a composer, artist, and advisor helping to evolve and push the performing arts industry forward.
Traditional Spiritual, There is a Balm in Gilead
Tues, 1/16 — Helen Callus
Helen Callus, hailed as “one of the world’s greatest violists” (American Record Guide), continues to captivate audiences with her lyrical tone, technical command, and profound artistry. Callus is sought after as a recitalist, chamber musician, and concerto soloist.
Viola da gamba Sonata No. 1 in G by Johann Sebastian Bach
Wed, 1/17 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Miriam K. Smith and Julia Siciliano
Cellist Miriam K. Smith (b. 2006) is rapidly gaining recognition as an immensely talented and charismatic soloist with orchestras across the United States. Award-winning concert pianist Julia Siciliano has become a well-respected and anticipated rising talent on the world stage.
Music by Luigi Boccherini, Nadia Boulanger, and Ludwig van Beethoven
Thurs, 1/18 — Camerata Chicago
Founded in 2003, Camerata Chicago is a chamber orchestra equally at home in intimate settings as well as in larger chamber music venues, performing the rich tapestry of diverse chamber orchestral repertoire that includes newly commissioned works.
I. Allegro ma non troppo from Symphony No. 6 in F, Pastoral by Ludwig van Beethoven
Fri, 1/19 — Gryphon Trio
The Gryphon Trio is firmly established as one of the world’s preeminent piano trios. For more than 25 years, it has earned acclaim for and impressed international audiences with its highly refined, dynamic, and memorable performances.
Piano Trio in G, K. 564 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart