SALON CONCERTS 2015–2016 SEASON

Concert #1:

Sunday, October 25 and Monday, October 26, 2015

Artists:  Elisabeth Kufferath, violin; Stephen Perry, piano

Composers:  Beethoven, Chausson, Kurtág and Enescu

 

Concert #2:

Sunday, January 24 and Monday, January 25, 2016

Artists:  Marianne Gedigian, flute; Nathan Williams, clarinet; Colette Valentine, piano

Composers:  Doppler, Boulanger, Barber, Bernstein, Muczynski, Saint-Saëns, Busoni and Connesson

 

Concert #3:

Sunday, March 13 and Monday, March 14, 2016

Artists:  Annie Chalex Boyle, violin; Douglas Harvey, cello; Kathryn Mishell, piano

Composers:  Rózsa, Schoenberg, Zeisl, Mishell, Williams and Brahms

 

Concert #4:

Sunday, April 24 and Monday, April 25, 2016

Artists:  The Aeolus Quartet; Nancy Garrett, piano

Composers:  Mozart, Bartók and Schubert

 

Visit the 2015-2016 Season page for the full programs

 

Free Noonday Concerts!  Free, one-hour excerpt at noon on the Tuesday following each concert at University Presbyterian Church, 2203 San Antonio Street, Austin 78705

Congratulations to the Westwood Piano Quintet

This CHAMPS (Chamber Music in Public Schools) Ensemble from Westwood High School, sponsored by Salon Concerts, Inc., performed all 4 movements of Piano Quintet in E flat Major, Opus 49 by Robert Schumann at the Georgetown Festival of the Arts on May 30, 2015 at Southwestern University’s Alma Thomas Theater.

They received a standing ovation!

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From left to right:  Naveen Rashan, violin; Julie Kim, viola; Faith Song, cello; Toby Blumenthal-Phillips, their coach; John Cho, piano and Min Kim, violin

Congratulations to

Lake West Trio

Joonhee Cho, violin      John Lukas Foss, cello     Gary Liu, piano

coached by Toby Blumenthal-Phillips

winners of the 2015 Coltman Chamber Music Competition (Junior Division)

Lake West Trio



 

Announcing the CD release of

Poem:  Music of Kathryn Mishell

with performances by Laura Kobayashi, Elisabeth Kufferath, Douglas Harvey, Susan Keith Gray, Kathryn Mishell (Salon Concerts’ artistic director) and Robert Rudie (Salon Concerts’ founder).