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Crescent City Chamber Music Festival #4

Free Public Concert No. 4
Urban South Brewery
1645 Tchoupitoulas St.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
6 PM

This informal concert, a favorite of CCCMF fans, will pair great Classical music with some of New Orleans’ best local beer, all in the fantastic space inside the very brewery that makes it!  

Special beer flights will also be available for purchase.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival.

Stick around for drinks with CCCMF Festival Artists
immediately after the concert!

Featuring the Manhattan Chamber Players

Emi Ferguson, Flute
Mark Dover, Clarinet
Katie Hyun, Violin
Brendan Speltz, Violin
Luke Fleming, Viola
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, Viola
Jacob Fowler, Cello
Andrew Janss, Cello
Brook Speltz, Cello

More info here: http://crescentcitychambermusicfestival.com/free-public-concert-no-4/


Crescent City Chamber Music Festival #3

Free Public Concert No. 3
Temple Sinai
6227 St. Charles Ave.
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Doors: 4:30 PM
Concert: 5 PM

Brahms and Dvořák: Part II

Ensemble-in-Residence the Lysander Trio will present the second of two concerts featuring some of these important composers’ most exciting later works.  The world-renowned ensemble is joined by members of the Manhattan Chamber Players for a World Premiere of a new work by Mary Bianco and for Antonín Dvořák’s epic Piano Quintet.


Mary Bianco (b. 1938)
World Premiere TBA

Antonín Dvořák (1841 – 1904)
Silent Woods, B. 173 (1883)

Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897)
Piano Trio No. 2 in C major, Op. 87 (1882)


Antonín Dvořák (1841 – 1904)
Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81 (1887)

Lysander Piano Trio

Liza Stepanova, Piano
Itamar Zorman, Violin
Michael Katz, Cello

With Katie Hyun, Violin and Luke Fleming, Viola

More info here: http://crescentcitychambermusicfestival.com/free-public-concert-no-3/


Crescent City Chamber Music Festival #2

Free Public Concert No. 2
Sanctuary, St. Charles Presbyterian Church
1545 State St.
Friday, October 4, 2019
Doors: 6:30 PM
Pre-Concert Talk: 7 PM
Concert: 7:30 PM

Brahms and Dvořák: Part I

Ensemble-in-Residence the Lysander Trio will present the first of two concerts highlighting the interesting, improbable friendship of these two important composers.  This world-renowned ensemble is joined for Brahms’s C minor Piano Quartet by CCCMF Artistic Director Luke Fleming, who will also give a pre-concert talk.


Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897)

Sonatensatz in C minor (1853)
Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60 (1875)


Antonín Dvořák (1841 – 1904)
Piano Trio No. 3 in F minor, Op. 65 (1883)

Lysander Piano Trio

Liza Stepanova, Piano
Itamar Zorman, Violin
Michael Katz, Cello

With Luke Fleming, Viola


Birdfoot Festival Season Finale: Death and the Maiden

Birdfoot’s Finale presents music born of the lover’s sigh, the heroine’s last gasp, and life’s emotional highs and lows. Few works of chamber music are as thrilling as Schubert’s “Death and the Maiden” quartet, named for the composer’s song in which a maiden pleads with Death to pass her by (and whose haunting melody is the centerpiece of the quartet). Surrounding Schubert’s masterpiece are musical gems of equally intimate and acute emotion: Monteverdi’s madrigals open up the fresh pain of heartbreak, Purcell’s heroine Dido (the mythic queen of Carthage) laments her last moments, John Dowland’s “teares” flow in sweet sorrow, and composer-in-residence Patrick Castillo’s Dreamers Often Lie explores the bizarre real-as-life experience of dreams.

Henry Purcell: Chacony

John Dowland: Selections from Lacrimae or Seaven Teares

Patrick Castillo: Dreamers Often Lie

Claudio Monteverdi:

Piagn’e sospira

Lamento della Ninfa

Lamento d’Arianna, “Lasciatemi morire

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Mensa Sonora III

Franz Schubert: String Quartet in D minor, “Death and the Maiden”

$30 General Admission
$15 Students (with ID)

This concert will be proceeded by a Young Artist Program Showcase Concert from 6–7 PM


NOIGF: The Ancestors of the Guitar

7:30pm   Tulane University- Dixon Recital Hall   $10 Admission

*Free admission for Tulane Students, Faculty and Staff with ID

 “The Ancestors of the Guitar”

  • Amine Boucetta (Morocco)
  • No Frets       Amine Boucetta, Simon Moushabeck and Michelle Welchons
  • Dalila Mekadder Belkouche (Algeria)