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Hello Music Lovers –Just two weeks until the 2022 Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival takes the stage at Easton’s Ebenezer Theater, so purchase your tickets now for the upcoming concerts. A special note to piano lovers: five of the six concerts feature much-admired Ieva Jokubaviciute on our Steinway Concert Grand Piano.
The Friday, June 10 opening program presents works of J.S. Bach, Haydn, Brahms and Dvořák, followed by a light reception with the artists. The second concert, on June 11, offers more Bach, plus Chausson, Brahms and a Mozart flute quartet featuring renowned flautist Tara Helen O’Connor. The first week concludes on Sunday, June 12 with Bach, Ravel and a lovely Mozart string quintet, followed by an audience question-and-answer session with the artists.All Week One concerts include performances by critically acclaimed mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano whose radiant personality will woo our audiences.Week Two opens on Thursday, June 16 with works of Mozart and Coleridge-Taylor, and continues Friday, June 17 with a rarely heard work of Édouard Destenay and a performance by percussion ensemble Trio Colores, the winners of Chesapeake Music’s 2022 International Chamber Music Competition for Young Professionals. The festival concludes on Saturday, June 18 with a lineup featuring festival-favorite oboist Peggy Pearson performing Pulitzer Prize winner John Harbison’s Six American Painters, in a setting scored especially for her, bookended by works of Mozart and Amy Beach. The final concert will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the artists and a light reception.For further insights into the festival program, come and enjoy the free open rehearsals at the Ebenezer Theater on June 8 and 15 at 10:00 am.For pricing details and to purchase tickets, including forfirst-time patrons,students accompanied by a paying adult,links to the video recordings of all concerts for at-home viewing post-festival,and to reserve tickets for the free open rehearsals,
visit our online box office using the link below.In-theater ticket buyers to all six concerts will receive free access to the video-recordings as a bonus!Buy your tickets early! 2-for-1 tickets for first time patrons and free tickets for students accompanied by a paying adult are limited and subject to availability. Can’t make it? You can purchase links to watch concert recordings at home!More about the concert recordings: Concert recordings will be available for viewing on demand for one week following the festival. Links to the concert video recordings will be included with purchase and must be retained by patrons in order to view the concerts when the recordings become available for viewing.
To whet your appetite further, enjoy performances by some of the artists gracing our stage this year.A Dvořák piano trio movement featuring Marcy Rosen and Ieva JokubaviciuteDvorak’s Piano Trio No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 65 – Second Movement – YouTubeA Brahms piano quintet featuring Catherine Cho and Todd Phillips.2019/08/16 – Brahms – Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34 (1865) – YouTubeWe are committed to your safety and comfort. Events in the Ebenezer Theater will be conducted with attention to applicable state and local COVID-19 guidelines and mandates in effect when the concerts are presented. Requirements for admission to the theater are subject to change without notice.