This concert season, the quartet launches “Echo Chamber,” a new initiative breathing fresh perspectives into repertoire from the past.
Paul Jacobs returned to the Cleveland Orchestra to present the U.S. premiere of Bernd Richard Deutsch’s “Okeanos” with conductor Franz Welser-Möst.
Prize money will fund JACK’s Fulcrum Project, a new commissioning initiative that seeks to broaden the community of collaborators and increase institutional access for artists.
Tafelmusik presents: Passions of the Soul.
A Mixed Baroque repertoire program featuring concerti with musicians from the orchestra.
Hear Till Fellner’s performance of Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 with Manfred Honeck and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Violinist Alina Ibragimova and Pianist Cédric Tiberghien tour North America November 2 – 15, 2020.
Starting this fall, the quartet will assist in investing in the future of new and experimental music through performances, coach ensembles, master classes, and more.
Dawn Upshaw and the Brentano Quartet present The Dido Project, touring in North America in 20/21.
DASHON BURTON closes PIVOT! and orchestral dates this spring!
Till Fellner plays with the Minnesota Orchestra and joins the Pittsburgh Symphony at Lincoln Center
Mari and Momo Kodama bring sparkle and style* to North America in their Two Pianos, Four Hands Tour.
Conductor Jayce Ogren started the 18/19 season leading the Santa Rosa Symphony, and kicks off 2019 with a return to Casa Da Música, and the Spokane Symphony.
DASHON BURTON and RAN DANK appear in SF Performances PIVOT Series
Pianist Marc-André Hamelin presents his 2019/2020 recital program.
After wrapping up an exciting and acclaimed fall highlighted by Areta Zhulla’s debut as first violinist – alongside violinist Ronald Copes, violist Roger Tapping, and cellist Astrid Schween – the Juilliard String Quartet returns to the UK and Europe this month, with two Wigmore Hall concerts and dates in the Netherlands, Spain, Greece, and Norway.
The Juilliard String Quartet offer programs for the 2019/2020 season.
amarcord returns to the U.S. in Spring 2020
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Names Ken-David Masur as Music Director Four-Year Contract Runs through 2022.23 Season MILWAUKEE – November 12, 2018 – Following a 36-month international search, Ken-David Masur has been named the seventh Music Director and Polly and…
JACK Quartet is named Musical America’s 2019 Ensemble of the Year, and go on a tour across Europe, North America, and Mexico.
Adam Golka on the Van Cliburn Virtuoso Series
This month cellist Mark Kosower opens ProMusica Chamber Orchestra‘s (Columbus, OH) 18/19 season alongside long-time friends and musical colleagues violinist Vadim Gluzman, and pianist Angela Yoffe with Beethoven’s Triple Concerto, led by ProMusica Music Director David Danzmayr. (Kosower is a frequent…
Anne Akiko Meyers honors John Williams
Dashon Burton’s orchestral engagements coming up this season!
Cédric Tiberghien debuts with the Berlin Philharmonic streamed live, and returns to North America for concerto performances and recitals.
TAFELMUSIK will bring SAFE HAVEN to the United States, March 4-15, 2020. SAFE HAVEN explores the influence of refugee populations on the culture of their adopted countries, and taps into Mackay’s uncanny ability to examine the parallels between 18th-century Europe and the issues currently facing our world.
Jayce Ogren and Adam Golka make their San Francisco Symphony debut
Colbert Artists welcomes brilliant, contemporary violinist Miranda Cuckson to the roster, as she performs the new Haas Violin Concerto in Stuttgart.
Zuill Bailey premieres Michael Daugherty and will premiere Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.
Paul Moravec: Sanctuary Road World Premiere: May 7, 2018 at Carnegie Hall with the Oratorio Society of New York “Sanctuary Road” is an episodic journey through history, narrated by William Still, a conductor on the Underground Railroad.…
Adam Schoenberg: Orchard in Fog, for violin and orchestra World Premiere: February 10, 2018 with the San Diego Symphony, Sameer Patel, conductor WATCH the premiere on The Violin Channel (starts at 23:08). “Meyers’ playing is what it always has…