Back by popular demand, the New York Philharmonic String Quartet returns to Cincinnati. The renowned ensemble will perform string quartet masterworks by Mozart and Ravel, as well as Dvorak’s iconic “American” quartet.
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Celebrate the 90th birthday of Linton’s founder, Dick Waller, with chamber music masterpieces for winds. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra principals Christopher Pell and Ilya Finkelshteyn join pianist Orli Shaham for Brahms’s Clarinet Trio. The celebration wraps up with Mozart’s Quintet for Piano and Winds featuring Shaham and Pell along with Dwight Parry, William Winstead, and Elizabeth Freimuth.
Artistic Directors Sharon Robinson and Jaime Laredo kick off their 10th Anniversary season with a program that features Schubert’s beloved Trout Quintet with esteemed artists and colleagues, pianist, Joseph Kalichstein, violist, Nokuthula Ngwenyama, and bassist Owen Lee.
- Season Subscription Price $137.50
- 4pm concerts presented at the historic First Unitarian Church located just north of downtown in Avondale at 536 Linton Street
- Concert Dates (maybe exchanged to Monday performances for flexibility):
- October 14, 2018
- November 11, 2018
- January 20, 2019
- April 7, 2019
- May 5, 2019
- + March 17, 2019
(complimentary bonus concert)
- Please note: the Sunday, December 5, 2018 performance is currently sold-out. Please let us know, if you would like to be placed on a waiting list to possibly add this concert to your subscription by emailing us at email@example.com or calling (513) 381.6868.
Experience the artistry and brilliance of pianist-composer, Daniil Trifonov. A legend in the making, he has already performed on the world’s greatest stages. After he performs in the grandeur of Music Hall with the CSO, experience this rare opportunity to also hear him in Linton’s intimate setting performing his own Piano Quintet with the Ariel Quartet.
PLEASE NOTE: The Sunday, April 7th performance is currently SOLD-OUT. If you would like to place your name on a waiting list for tickets, please email info@LintonMusic.org or call (513) 381-6868. Or please purchase tickets to the Monday, April 8th performance in Loveland at Congregation Beth Adam. Opus One returns to its Linton roots to celebrate and honor Founder, Dick Waller. Artists Ida Kavafian, Steven Tenenbom, Peter Wiley, and Anne-Marie McDermott have enthralled audiences throughout Linton’s history. Ani Kavafian joins the group to perform Amy Beach’s milestone Piano Quintet.
As a thank you to subscribers, newly appointed Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster, Stefani Matsuo will perform an exclusive recital with pianist Sandra Rivers.
[This program has been changed from what was originally announced. Mr. Tomer Gewirtzman is pursuing other creative endeavors in his native Israel, and will therefore not be available for performances in the US this season.]
Artistic Directors Sharon Robinson and Jaime Laredo return with Linton favorites Anna Polonksy, Bella Hristova and Nokuthula Ngwenyama to perform Dvořák’s Beloved Piano Quintet.
— It is with great regret that André Watts has had to cancel his Linton appearances this season due to a temporary hand injury. Linton Chamber Music is grateful to Anna Polonsky for graciously agreeing to perform the Dvořák Quintet on this revised program.