Music That Celebrates Home, Chamber Series

A blend of local and international composers expressing the strength of home articulate the power of where you are, the acceptance and importance of now, and the value of nature […]

Her Story: American Women In Chamber Music

This Women’s History Month marks the 100th year since the landmark victory of the women’s suffrage movement. To celebrate this milestone, Chamber Music on the Fox has invited a quartet […]

Vicky Chow/Craig Taborn

New music star pianist Vicky Chow and inimitable pianist/composer Craig Taborn join forces for a first time collaboration juxtaposing works by contemporary female composers with original compositions by Craig Taborn. The program includes Caroline Shaw’s Gustave Le Gray, Tomeka Reid’s Lamenting G.F., A.A., B.T., T.M, Tania Leon’s Rituál and Craig Taborn’s 3 Set Ups and […]

Watermark

The imprint of the past carries on in the work of composers today. This chamber orchestra program features compositions which look to the past with fresh eyes, from the dazzling baroque-inspired counterpoint of Steve Reich's Duet to Caroline Shaw's 'Watermark,' which expertly weaves strands and patches from Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto. As a finale, Sergei […]

Recap: ‘Count to Five’ Album Release Show

The percussion quartet known as Recap– Arlene Acevedo, Alexis Carter, Tiahna Sterling, and Aline Vasquez –celebrates the release of their debut album “Count to Five”, out Friday, September 24 on […]

Music Mondays presents The Westerlies and Conrad Tao, piano

Pianist Conrad Tao, a performer of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision” (New York Times), joins genre-defying brass ensemble, The Westerlies, “an arty quartet…mixing ideas from jazz, new classical, and Appalachian folk” (New York Times). Individually, they perform both classics (by J. S. Bach and Brahms) and contemporary work (by Caroline Shaw), and they improvise as […]