Category Archives: Upcoming Events

The Beach “Gaelic” Symphony Performance by Symphony NH Reviewed by Dr. Liane Curtis!

The “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32 by great American composer Amy Beach is receiving greater attention this year and the beginning of next due to it being the 150th anniversary of her birth. The major symphony orchestra in her home state of New Hampshire, Symphony NH, is performing the monumental symphony on three separate occasions. Symphony NH’s opening performance was on Friday in Concord, NH and the second in Nashau on Saturday. The final performance is tonight in Durham at the University of New Hampshire.

The opening concert in Concord was reviewed by Dr. Liane Curtis for the Boston Music Intelligencer, and you may read it here!

Five upcoming opportunities in October to hear Amy Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32

Five upcoming opportunities in October to hear Amy Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32 – 3 performances in New Hampshire, and a single performance in both San Francisco, California and Dayton, Ohio! (All of these orchestras will be using the revised edition of Beach’s Symphony available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications – https://www.wophil.org/publications/.)

Symphony NH – the concerts entitled “Dvořák New World” will include Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony, Beethoven’s “Coriolan Overture” and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 “From the New World.” The performances will take place at the following times and places:

  1. Friday, October 6, 2017 at 8:00pm at the Concord City Auditorium (2 Prince Street Concord, NH 03301)
  2. Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 8:00pm at the Keefe Center for the Arts (117 Elm Street Nashua, NH, 03060)
  3. Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7:00pm at the Paul Creative Arts Center, University of New Hampshire (30 Academic Way Durham, NH, 03824)

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit their website – https://www.symphonynh.org/events/.

Bay Area Rainbow Symphony (BARS) – the concert will include the Beach “Gaelic” Symphony, Brahms’ “Academic Festival Overture,” Barber’s (part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist series) “Knoxville: Summer of 1915,” and Floyd’s “Ain’t it a pretty night” from Susannah (Julie Adams, soprano). The performance will take place on October 14, 2017 at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102). For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit their website – http://bars-sf.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=1011145.

Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra of Dayton, Ohio – the concert entitled “An American Experience” will include Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony, Charles Ives’ “Variations on America” and Leonard Bernstein’s “Symphonic Dances from West Side Story!” The performance will take place on Sunday October 22, 2017 at 3 pm at the Kettering Seventh Day Adventist Church (3939 Stonebridge Rd., Kettering, OH 45419). For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit their website – http://mvso.org/concerts/American_Experience/.

A Look Back at the Amy Beach/Teresa Carreño Music Conference Hosted by the University of New Hampshire!

The Amy Beach/Teresa Carreño conference, hosted by the University of New Hampshire special collections and music department, was a wonderfully informative and entertaining event! Now just a little over a week since the conference took place in Durham, New Hampshire, let’s take a look back at the various events and exhibits in greater detail!

Special thanks to Timothy Diovanni,  clarinetist and musicology student at Columbia University, for documenting the events, capturing images of some highlighted events and exhibits and providing his own insight into the occasion! His blog post for Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy may be viewed here.

(photo credit: T. Diovanni)

The Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms Society Orchestra of Boston, Directed by Steven Lipsitt, Will Be Performing a Chamber Orchestra Arrangement of Amy Beach’s Bal Masqué, Op. 22 and Other Works!

The Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms Society Orchestra of Boston, under the direction of Steven Lipsitt (pictured below), will be performing a chamber orchestra arrangement of Amy Beach’s Bal Masqué, Op. 22 along with Bernstein’s Music from West Side Story (VOICES Boston), Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto (In Mo Yang) and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1! (Bal Masqué for Chamber Orchestra is available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications – https://www.amybeach.org/music/publications/).

The concert will take place on September 24 at 3 pm at Faneuil Hall, 1 Faneuil Hall Sq, Boston, MA 02109. For information and to purchase tickets, please visit their website.

Tribute to Amy Beach on All Classical Portland Will Feature Discussion with Dr. Liane Curtis!

Enjoy listening to a tribute to Amy Beach today within the 6 PM PT (or 9 PM EST) hour! The segment, led by All-Classical Host Christa Wessel, will be broadcast by All Classical Portland (Oregon), and will feature a discussion of Amy Beach with renowned musicologist and founder/president of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy, Dr. Liane Curtis!

The segment will be broadcast LIVE Web Stream here. The archived recording will be available on their website for a couple weeks here. It will also should be available here.

HAPPY AMY BEACH DAY!!

The mayor of the city of Boston declared today, September 5th, as Amy Beach Day! Read the entire proclamation below!

“I, Martin J. Walsh (Marty Walsh), Mayor of Boston, do hereby declare September 5, 2017 to be: Amy Beach Day in the City of Boston. I urge all my fellow Bostonians to join me in recognizing and honoring Amy Beach as one of the most successful American composers.” — with Keith Lockhart

 

HAPPY 150th BIRTHDAY, AMY BEACH!!

As this year marks Amy Beach’s 150th birthday, much is being done in celebration about this remarkable woman’s life and work! Numerous orchestras, choral ensembles, chamber ensembles and soloists around the world have performed or will be performing works by the pioneering American composer/pianist this year and next in celebration.  There are new recordings available this year featuring her works and new scholarship has and will be written about her.  Additionally, new musical editions, both revised and published for the first time, are available by a variety of publishers, such as Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications!

Here are a few highlights of what is happening for her birthday celebration –

1) The City of Boston will be declaring September 5th as Amy Beach Day! (a separate post will be made with more information!)

2) The upcoming Amy Beach/Teresa Carreño Conference at University of New Hampshire on Sept. 15 & 16

3) An article entitled “Amy Beach, a Pioneering American Composer, Turns 150” by musicologist William Robin featured in the NYTimes!

4) An article entitled “Amy Beach First Female Composer to Have Her Music Played by a Major Orchestra” by Troy Lennon, Classmate and History Editor of The Daily Telegraph in New South Wales, Australia!

5) A number of orchestras have and will be performing Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32 Bal Masqué, Op. 22, and others (some using Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications’ revised editions) as well as choral ensembles performing her Grand Mass in E-flat, Op. 5! (Keep watching our news feed as we post about upcoming concerts!)

New Article Entitled “Amy Beach, a Pioneering American Composer, Turns 150” by Musicologist William Robin Featured in the NYTimes!!

As this year marks Amy Beach’s 150th birthday, much is being done in celebration about this remarkable woman’s life and work! Among the many events, recordings and scholarship concerning her life and work is an article entitled “Amy Beach, a Pioneering American Composer, Turns 150” by musicologist William Robin featured in the NYTimes!!

Recently joining the musicology faculty of University of Maryland in 2016, Will Robin has written an incredible article about the profoundly successful composer/pianist! The article also includes quotes by many of Beach’s contemporaries as well as comments from our founder and president, Dr. Liane Curtis!

You may read the article here.

Sepia (a) and b&w (b), 8×10, glossy, ca. 1920. Publicity portrait, frontal. Photographer: Rayhuff-Richter. 4 b&w prints.

Three Upcoming Concerts Featuring Amy Beach’s Monumental Piano Quintet in F-sharp Minor, Op. 67 and More!

(1) Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 12:30 PM – Noontime Concert (San Francisco’s Musical Lunch Break) will include Beach’s Romance for Violin and Piano, Op. 23, A Hermit Thrush at Eve for Piano Solo, Op. 92, No. 1 and her Piano Quintet in F-sharp minor, Op. 67! The performers are Carl Blake (piano), Dan Flanagan (violin), Karen Shinozaki (violin), Paul Ehrlich (viola) and Vicky Ehrlich (cello).

The event will take place at Old St. Mary’s Cathedral, 660 California Street. For more information, click here.

(2) Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, 8 PM and Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, 4 PM – “Concert 1: Appalachian Spring: Creating an American Sound” – The Chameleon Arts Ensemble will be performing Beach’s Piano Quintet in F-sharp minor, Op. 67 as well as works by Ives, Copland and others.

These events will both take place at First Church in Boston, 66 Marlborough Street. For more information, click here.

 

 

 

Amy Beach Facebook Page Reaches 450 Likes and Reminder about Upcoming Beach/Carreño Coference at UNH!

Lovely to reach 450 likes just in time for Amy Beach’s birthday on September 5!  Thank you everyone for your interest and support in the life and music of the great American composer Amy Beach!

Also, REMINDER!!! 2017 Amy Beach & Teresa Carreño Conference Event at University of New Hampshire

For the 150th anniversary of Amy Beach’s birth AND the 100th anniversary of Teresa Carreño’s death this year (2017), we are collaborating with the University of New Hampshire library and archives in presenting a conference event entitled “American Women Pianist-Composers: A Celebration of Amy Beach and Teresa Carreño.” The conference event will take place on September 15 & 16, 2017 at the University of New Hampshire library.

You may learn more about the conference event by visiting the event website – http://beachcarreno2017.com/

Boston Landmarks Orchestra Will Perform “Alla Siciliana” from Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony!

On Wednesday, Aug. 9, the Boston Landmark Orchestra will perform the “Alla Siciliana” from Amy Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell in Boston.  The orchestra will be performing from our revised edition available via Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications!

Maestro Christopher Wilkins describes the program here,  and details are on the orchestra’s website here.

Three More Opportunities to Enjoy Amy Beach’s One-Act Opera “Cabildo,” Paired with Douglas Moore’s “Gallantry” and Performed by the Central City Opera!

Set in New Orleans, Amy Beach’s only opera recounts the legend of a French noblewoman who gives a bracelet to a pirate as a proclamation of her love. When she disappears mysteriously at sea, he is accused of her murder, imprisoned and then released in time to defend the city in the War of 1812.

This production features artists of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists Training Program and is performed in English at Williams Stables Theater in Central City.

PERFORMANCE DATES

At the Williams Stables in Central City.

The Central City Opera House
124 Eureka St.
Central City CO 80427

Only available in the Double Feature of Gallantry and Cabildo.

Evenings at 8:00 pm: July 26, 29; August 2

Tickets: $45 – Buy tickets here – https://centralcityopera.org/event/cabildo

For more in-depth information, click here.

New Article Entitled “After 123 Years, a Woman’s Symphony Returns to Center Stage” Concerning Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony Performance, Dr. Liane Curtis & Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy

In preparation for the performance of Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32 by the Westminster Community Orchestra in Princeton, New Jersey on Saturday, May 6 at 8 p.m., an article written by Ross Amico was released by the U.S. 1 Newspaper including various details about the composer, the work and those involved.

The author beings by establishing the historical context of the time and discussing how Amy Beach composed her Symphony based on Gaelic themes in direct response to Antonín Dvořák’s use of African-American spirituals and Native American chants and dances in his “New World Symphony.”  Amico continues by discussing the Westminster Community Orchestra and its conductor, Dr. Ruth Ochs.  Dr. Ochs is quoted in stating that she “credits [Dr.] Liane Curtis, one of the teaching fellows at Harvard, with having introduced her to a number of women composers.”  Ochs continues to mention how Dr. Curtis is the founder and president of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy, and how we at WPA provided financial support and our new revised edition of Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony for their performance!

You may read the entire article here.

The Angeles Concerts Artists Chamber Music Series will feature works by Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke and Samuel Barber!

The Angeles Concerts Artists Chamber Music Series will feature works by Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke and Samuel Barber!

Their concert will take place this Sunday, May 7 at 4pm at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012). The performance includes the following:

A.BEACH – S.BARBER: SONGS FOR SOPRANO & PIANO
S.BARBER: “ADAGIO” FOR STRINGS IN B FLAT MINOR
R.CLARKE: TRIO FOR VIOLIN, CELLO & PIANO
R.CLARKE: “THREE MOVEMENTS” FOR TWO VIOLINS & PIANO
A.BEACH: PIANO QUINTET IN F SHARP MINOR OP 67

Ticket prices are $85 (student $45) for the Concert and La Conversation. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Interview with Dr. Liane Curtis in Anticipation of Upcoming Amy Beach Symphony Performance!

Our sponsor (Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy) President, Dr. Liane Curtis, is interviewed here about Amy Beach, you can listen (start at 3:20)
http://wwfm.org/post/tempo-focuses-amy-beach-anniversary…
in anticipation of the performance of Beach’s Symphony on May 7 by the Westminster Community Orchestra: Amy Beach (Princeton NJ).

You may listen to the interview here!

 

“If Women Will Not Be Inclined” – Vocal music of the 19th and 20th Centuries Performed by Vertical Player Repertory

“If Women Will Not Be Inclined” – Vocal music of the 19th and 20th Centuries including songs, arias and ensembles by Lili Boulanger, Amy Beach, Pauline Viardot & Maria Malibran.

In this unique recital, the ensemble Vertical Player Repertory (https://www.facebook.com/VerticalPlayerRep/#) will pay tribute to four women composers whose genius and persistence overcame the odds: celebrated 19th opera diva sisters Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot, American composer and concert pianist Amy Marcy Cheney Beach, and the tragically short-lived, but deeply influential Lili Boulanger.

Included in their program – courtesy of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy‘s kind permission to use their new engraving – will be the first known public hearing of Amy Beach’s unpublished song “If Women Will Not Be Inclined.”

The recital will take place on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 4:00pm at Behind the Door, 219 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Admission is $20, and all proceeds will go to the Anti Violence Project.

For more info, please click here.

Richmond Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32!

As part of their Winter Concert entitled “American Women in Music,” the Richmond Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony as well as Joan Tower’s “Made in America” and the world premiere of Elena Ruehr’s Concerto for Violin and Orchestra featuring solo violinist Irina Muresanu!

The concert will take place this weekend on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 4:00 pm at the Paul R. Cramer Center for the Arts at The Steward School​. There will be a pre-concert talk with composer Elena Ruehr at 3:00 pm.

For more information concerning tickets, etc., please visit their website.

Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Spring 2017 Performance Grants applications are now being accepted!!

Recent events, such as the January 21 Women’s March, reveal a growing awareness of women as targets of abuse and inequality. As women (and men) rise up to fight these injustices, it is also time for the symphonic world to examine and revise the practices of systematically excluding music composed by women.

We at Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy (WPA) offer our performance grants to help orchestras address this situation and strive for programming that is vital, diverse and inclusive.

Applications are now being accepted for our Spring 2017 Performance Grants, with awards of $500 to $1000 available to all U.S. orchestras. The deadline is March 10 and the application form is available here. Applicants will receive notification of their status on March 31, and checks are mailed to successful applicants within two weeks.

Grants awarded in the Spring 2017 cycle will be for performances from June 1, 2017 to August 31, 2019 — the idea being to allow (and encourage) planning two seasons ahead (even for summer festivals). We plan to continue offering our grants in both the Spring and Fall in order to accommodate the planning processes of more ensembles.

Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is a non-profit organization founded to continue the legacy of The Women’s Philharmonic (1980-2004). Committed to honoring and advocating for the work of historic and contemporary women composers, our Performance Grants are central to our mission. We promote the performance of unjustly neglected music and encourage orchestras to engage in adventurous and inclusive programming beyond the familiar masterpieces.

All U.S. orchestras – community, professional, and youth – are eligible to receive funding. We suggest that applicants plan to perform more than one work by a woman, and include at least one historic work. Repertoire suggestions are here, including links to music publishers and recordings.

As orchestras strive to invigorate audiences and reinforce the continued relevance and value of the symphonic tradition, WPA hopes to help ensembles broaden their programming and present concerts more reflective of the rich and diverse history of classical music. There are countless underperformed musical treasures deserving to be heard in concert halls.

Find more information and the online application at www.wophil.org/grants. Contact [email protected] with any questions you may have. We look forward to receiving your application, and we wish your orchestra great success in making future discoveries!

In addition to our performance grants, we have another great piece of news! WPA is launching a music publishing project: Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications will help make more music accessible and available through carefully edited and affordable orchestral scores and parts. On our website (under the “Repertoire” link), we are offering performance materials by composers including Amy Beach, Marion Bauer, Rebecca Clarke, and Elfrida Andrée.

Society of American Music 43rd (2017) Conference Will Include a Performance of Amy Beach’s Violin Sonata, Op. 34!

For the first time in its history, SAM heads north of the border to La Belle Province for the 43rd annual conference.  Hosted by McGill University, the SAM conference will take place on March 22-26, 2017 in Montréal at the Marriott Chateau Champlain (1050 de la Gauchetiere West, Montreal Quebec H3B 4C9).

On Thursday afternoon (March 23), violinist Katharina Uhde and pianist R. Larry Todd will perform Amy Beach’s Violin Sonata in A minor, op. 34, and discuss its “methods peculiar to Brahms.”

For more information concerning hotel info, room rates/reservations, travel info, etc., please click here.

London based orchestra will be performing Amy Beach’s Gaelic Symphony!!

Formed in 2009, Harmony Sinfonia is a vibrant symphony orchestra performing three or four concerts a year and promoting classical music to audiences in south-east London. The concert will take place on 4 March 2017 and is generously supported by the Ambache Charitable Trust, an organisation that raises the profile of music by women. More specific information including the full program, location and pricing is included in the attached flyer.

For more information, please visit their website here.

2017 Amy Beach & Teresa Carreño Conference Event at University of New Hampshire

For the 150th anniversary of Amy Beach’s birth AND the 100th anniversary of Teresa Carreño’s death this year (2017), we are collaborating with the University of New Hampshire library and archives in presenting a conference event entitled “American Women Pianist-Composers: A Celebration of Amy Beach and Teresa Carreño.” The conference event will take place on September 15 & 16, 2017 at the University of New Hampshire library.

A call for papers for this event has been issued, and the deadline for submissions is April 1, 2017. You may learn more about the conference event and the parameters for paper submissions by visiting the event website here.

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The Dallas Opera will be featuring tenor, Michael Fabiano, in a program including works by Amy Beach and others.

The Dallas Opera will be featuring tenor, Michael Fabiano, in a program including works by AMY BEACH, Franz Liszt, Henri Duparc and Giacomo Puccini.

The recital, which is a part of the Robert E. and Jean Ann Titus Art Song Recital Series and produced by The Dallas Opera, will take place on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. in Dallas City Performance Hall (a 749-seat venue located at 2520 Flora Street-across the street from the Winspear Opera House-in the Arts District, Dallas, TX 75201).

Tickets are now on sale for $15 and $25 and may be purchased at www.dallasopera.org or by contacting the friendly professionals in The Dallas Opera Ticket/Patron Services Office at 214.443.1000.

For more information, click here.

2017 Amy Beach & Teresa Carreño Conference Event at University of New Hampshire

For the 150th anniversary of Amy Beach’s birth AND the 100th anniversary of Teresa Carreño’s death this next year (2017), we are collaborating with the University of New Hampshire library and archives in presenting a conference event entitled “American Women Pianist-Composers: A Celebration of Amy Beach and Teresa Carreño.” The conference event will take place on September 15 & 16, 2017 at the University of New Hampshire library.

A call for papers for this event has been issued, and the deadline for submissions is April 1, 2017. You may learn more about the conference event and the parameters for paper submissions by visiting the event website here.

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Performance Grants Available for Ensembles Programming Orchestral Works by Women

In an effort to support and promote performances of orchestral works by historical women composers, like Amy Beach, as well as contemporary female composers, Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is offering Performance Grants again this year! Apply by Oct. 14.
Press-release: http://www.wophil.org/press-release-re-performance-grants-2016/
Grants page — http://www.wophil.org/grants/

Awards of $500 to $1000 available to all U.S. orchestras. The goal of these grants is to influence future programming; thus funding awarded in the Fall 2016 cycle must be utilized in the 2017 and/or 2018 calendar years.

Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is a non-profit organization founded to continue the legacy of The Women’s Philharmonic (1980-2004). Committed to honoring and advocating for the work of historic and contemporary women composers, our Performance Grants are central to our mission. We promote the performance of unjustly neglected music and encourage orchestras to engage in adventurous and inclusive programming.

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Missing Pieces: Celebrating Women of Note

Acclaimed violin and piano duo Sophia Bartlette and Amoret Abis return for their third Brighton Fringe recital to celebrate women composers. The programme will consist of an exciting, eclectic mix of genres and great works, such as AMY BEACH’s “Romance, Op. 23” and “Invocation, Op. 55,” Rebecca Clarke‘s “Midsummer Moon” and “Lullaby” as well as works by Clara Schumann, Cécile Chaminade, Ann Bartholomew, Ethel Barns and Lili Boulanger!

The event will take place on 14 May at 17:00 at Roedean Chapel,
Roedean School, Roedean Way, Brighton, East Sussex,
BN2 5RQ and tickets are £10 (£7.50).

https://www.brightonfringe.org/…/missing-pieces-celebrating…

ALSO, a shorter concert by the same duo and consisting of much of the same music will take place twice at 2 venues in Edinburgh as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe:

St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, Edinburgh
13 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PA on Tue 16 Aug (19:30 – 20:30). Ticket info: £7.50 (£5) / 0131 225 3847

Stockbridge Parish Church, Edinburgh
7b Saxe Coburg Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5BN on Sun 14 Aug (16:00 – 17:00). Ticket info: £7.50 (£5) / 0131 332 0122

https://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/…/590904-missing-piec…/

Sophia Bartlette

Portland, Maine Based Piano Trio Will Present Fundraising Concert Including Piano Trios by Amy Beach, Haydn and Shostakovich!

A Portland, Maine based Piano Trio will be presenting a fundraising house concert to support their non-profit music instructional organization called 240 Strings. The program will include the piano trios of AMY BEACH, Op. 151, as well as Haydn and Shostakovich, which will be followed by wine and dessert in the moonlit courtyard.

The concert will take place on Thursday, July 7, 2016 at 7:00pm and 9:30pm in the historic Freeport home of Maddy & Joe Vertenten in Freeport, ME, United States. Tickets are $80.

All proceeds will benefit the trio’s educational program, 240 Strings. 240 Strings builds community for Portland youth by providing subsidized music lessons, chamber music coachings and affordable concerts. The trio received 501c3 status this spring, and with your help, they look forward to growing their programs.

For more information, click here.

Pianist Anastasia Antonacos plays in her Portland home on June 27. Antonacos and two other classical musicians, Tracey Jasas-Hardel and Ben Noyes, make up the Portland Piano Trio. They have formed the organization 240 Strings, which will provide free lessons to children who otherwise could not afford them.
Pianist Anastasia Antonacos plays in her Portland home on June 27. Antonacos and two other classical musicians, Tracey Jasas-Hardel and Ben Noyes, make up the Portland Piano Trio. They have formed the organization 240 Strings, which will provide free lessons to children who otherwise could not afford them.

Chintimini Chamber Music Festival Concert Will Feature Songs by Amy Beach, As Well As Works by Rebecca Clarke, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert & Kerry Turner.

Chintimini Chamber Music Festival concert will feature songs, “Chanson d’amour” (1898), Op. 21, No. 1, “A Mirage” (1877), Op. 100, No. 1 & “June” (1903), Op. 51, No. 3 by AMY BEACH, as well as works by Rebecca Clarke, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert & Kerry Turner. The Festival Concert will take place tomorrow, Friday, June 24, 7:30 pm at First Congregational United Church of Christ, 4515 SW West Hills Rd, Corvallis, OR 97333.

Tickets – ADULT ADMISSION: Single concert $24, Season Tickets (all 5 concerts): $95; STUDENTS (Current High School & College) Free with ID. No ticket needed; YOUNGER STUDENTS Free, accompanied by an adult. No ticket needed for the student.

For more information, click here.

Chintimini Chamber Music Festival 2016