February 12 – February 16, 2024

February 16, 2024, 12:00 pm

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Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Photo: Jake Turney)

Mon, 2/12 — EStrella Piano DuoEStrella Piano Duo

The EStrella Piano Duo came onto the musical scene in 2011 with a series of concerts celebrating the great Russian masterpieces for piano duet. Since then, they have performed widely to enthusiastic audiences and critical acclaim throughout the United States, Canada, and China.


Valses-caprices by Mel Bonis

Tues, 2/13 — Sheku Kanneh-Mason

Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason is already in great demand from major orchestras and concert halls worldwide. He became a household name in 2018 after performing at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Windsor Castle. He initially garnered renown as the winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician competition, and subsequently became a Decca Classics recording artist.


Romance by Edward Elgar

Wed, 2/14 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Parker Van OstrandParker Van Ostrand, piano

Parker Van Ostrand recently won the 2023 Piano Texas Academy Concerto Competition and performed Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. He also won the Gold Medal in the 71st Wideman International Piano Competition.

Music by J.S. Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Wang Jianzhong, and Maurice Ravel

Thurs, 2/15 — Cavatina Duo

The Chicago-based Cavatina Duo (flutist Eugenia Moliner and guitarist Denis Azabagic) is a dynamic force in the realm of chamber music. Their collaboration has earned them international acclaim, solidifying their position as one of the most exceptional flute and guitar duos worldwide.


Fantasy on Verdi’s La Traviata by Alan Thomas

Fri, 2/16 — Jory Vinikour

Recognized as one of the outstanding harpsichordists of his generation, Jory Vinikour has cultivated a highly-diversified career that takes him to the world’s most important festivals, concert halls, and opera houses as recitalist and concerto soloist, partner to many of today’s finest instrumental and vocal artists, coach, and conductor.


Passacaille by François Couperin