February 5 – February 9, 2023

February 9, 2024, 12:00 pm

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Matthew Hagle

Mon, 2/5 — Gaudete BrassGaudette Brass posing with their instruments

The Gaudete Brass is made up of five musicians who believe strongly in the expressive and communicative power of brass chamber music. Since 2004, the quintet has engaged in creatively expanding the brass quintet repertoire, developing unique programs that have resonated with chamber music audiences all over the country.

Music of Jonathan Newman and John Corigliano

Tues, 2/6 — Matthew Hagle

Matthew Hagle’s performances are often noted for their musical understanding, imaginative programming, and beauty of sound. The New York Times has described him as “a sensitive pianist,” and Clavier Magazine has praised the “rare clarity and sweetness” of his playing.


Piano Sonata No. 11 in B-flat, Op. 22 by Ludwig van Beethoven

Wed, 2/7 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Sirena Huang and Chih-Yi ChenSirena Huang, violin Chih-Yi Chen, piano

Sirena Huang, Gold Medal winner of the 2022 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, has been celebrated for her impeccable technique and powerful artistry. Pianist Chih-Yi Chen is on the faculty of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Her versatile qualities as a collaborative partner, chamber musician, soloist and teacher have contributed to a distinguished career.

Music of Amy Beach, Francis Poulenc, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and Chen Gang

Thurs, 2/8 — Los Angeles Master ChoraleMembers of the Los Angeles Master Chorale performing in concert

The Los Angeles Master Chorale, hailed as the “the finest-by-far major chorus in America” by the Los Angeles Times, is a vibrant cultural treasure. Hailed for its powerful performances, technical precision, and artistic daring, the Chorale is led by Grant Gershon.


Ave Maria by Morten Lauridsen

Fri, 2/9 — Nigel NorthNigel North posing with lute

British lutenist Nigel North has been sharing music with audiences for nearly 30 years. His quiet and gentle personality goes, literally, “hand in hand” with his choice of instrument; the lute is one of the most gentle, subtle, and yet technically demanding of “ancient” instruments.


Passacaglia by Heinrich von Biber