Chamber Music at the Dock Street Theatre:
World Class Performers & Classical Music Masterworks
BRAHMS Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 40
STRAVINSKY Suite from “L’Histoire du Soldat” for Violin, Clarinet and Piano
BEETHOVEN Quintet in E-Flat Major for Piano and Winds, Op. 16
AANA VALDERRAMA, violin (Spain)
DORINE SCHOON, oboe (Netherlands)
DANIEL BRONCANO, clarinet (Spain)
SANDRA NIKOLAJEVS, bassoon (CMC)
DEBRA SHERRILL WARD, horn (CMC)
ANDREW ARMSTRONG, piano (CMC)
“Chamber Music Charleston played with blinding precision and vivid musical insight…”
“The effect generated by four musicians hurtling along on the reckless, bare edge of control was absolutely electrifying…after the final crashing chord, the crowd leapt to its collective feet like a single beast poked by a cattle-prod. This was giddy musical excitement at its highest possible pitch!”
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Chamber Music at the Dock Street Theatre featuring Chamber Music Charleston – World Class Performers &
Classical Music Masterworks In Charleston’s Most Historic Theatre
Join us for the adventure of a lifetime!
As a highlight of the 2017-2018 season, Chamber Music Charleston (CMC) is pleased to announce a thrilling collaboration with the Música en Segura Festival in Spain. Three of the festival’s guest artists will perform in Charleston alongside our musicians at the Dock Street Theatre on March 20, 2018. Then, Chamber Music Charleston musicians will participate in the Música en Segura’s May 2018 Festival, taking place in the charming Spanish villiage of Segura de la Sierra deep in the Segura and Cazorla National Park.
CMC board member Nelson Hicks has graciously volunteered to assist in the coordination of travel for CMC supporters and fans who are interested traveling to Spain for the performances in May.
Click HERE to find a wealth of information related to this trip. If you are interested in learning more and joining us on this adventure, please contact Nelson Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org before September 1, 2017. There is limited housing in the village, and it is important to make reservations early.