The Beethoven Project Chamber Players, after a successful debut last Fall, performs Friday March 26th to mark the 183rd anniversary of Beethoven’s death (March 26th, 1827), a concert at the gorgeous Nichols Hall at the Music Institute of Chicago in Evanston, Illinois. The program includes Mozart’s Piano Concerto Number 13, K415 in C Major, Beethoven’s Violin Sonata Number 10 Opus 96 in G Major, and Brahms’ beautiful Piano Quintet in f minor Opus 34. Our special guest will be David Taylor, Assistant Concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Beethoven Project Trio continues its fascinating complete cycle of Beethoven’s Piano Trios on Wednesday April 7th, at the historic Fine Arts Building in downtown Chicago, and on Thursday May 6th, and Friday May 7th they will perform at the Music Institute of Chicago’s Nichols Hall in Evanston. On May 6th, they will be joined by special guest Larry Combs, former Principal Clarinet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, for performances of Beethoven’s two clarinet trios.
May 7th will be the Celebratory CD Release Concert and reception for the first CD of the Beethoven Project Trio. The recording of unknown Beethoven Piano Trios will be publicly released May 25th, but will be available for purchase at this concert! The program will include the works recorded as well as the “Ghost” Trio, one of Beethoven’s most beloved.
To buy tickets to any of these concerts, please visit our schedule page.
Information on the Lincoln Center, New York City debut of the Beethoven Project Trio on May 18th will be posted next week!