Incredible stars of the chamber music world, Benjamin Hochman, Danbi Um, James Thompson, Matthew Lipman, and Edward Arron will join forces in Cincinnati to close the 2019-20 season. The program features works by Mozart and Enescu and a tour de force piano quintet by Franck.
Topic: Past Concerts
Jaime Laredo and Sharon Robinson celebrate musical friendships by performing with current and former Cleveland Orchestra members, Franklin Cohen, Stephen Rose, Lynne Ramsey, and Jeanne Preucil Rose. This program features a Mozart String Quintet and the beloved Clarinet Quintet by Brahms.
CANCELED – Due to the corona virus situation, we have decided to cancel our March 15 & 16 concerts. An email will be sent out with further details. Please be sure to sign up to receive emails below. We thank you for your understanding.
The critically acclaimed Miami String Quartet performs with special guest cellist, Eric Kim. This vibrant program features works by Martinů, Smetana, and Glazunov’s romantic and melodious Quintet for Strings.
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.
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.
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.]