On Friday, March 4th soprano Karen Slack accompanied by Cliff Jackson on piano teams up for the second time on behalf of The Chamber Music Festival of Lexington, in an intimate evening of music at the newly renovated Blue Grass Trust mansion at 210 North Broadway, known formerly as the Women’s Club. Billed as a fundraiser for the Chamber Music Festival of Lexington, the evening will feature wines, food catered by Donna Potter, a custom lounge provided by Ethan Allen, and repertoire with something for everyone, from Tosca to spirituals.
Pre-show reception begins at 7 PM, with an 8PM curtain time. Tickets are priced at $100 and $150 (for stage-side cabaret seating). Portions of the ticket prices ($80 and $110, respectively), are deductible for tax purposes. Purchase tickets below or call (859) 813-4265.
A very special limited-seating brunch & concert to benefit the Festival’s Ensemble-in-Residence Program. The brunch will start with cocktails at Greentree Tea Room, then attendees will walk to neighboring First Baptist Church for a full- length performance, followed by brunch with the musicians at Greentree.
The last concert of the Festival, featuring music by Rachmaninov, Gershwin, John Adams,
Sergei Rachmaninov - Solo Piano works
Drew Schnurr - Of Mother and Daughter for Soprano, Harp, and Violin
Camille Saint-Saens Fantasie for Violin and Harp, Op. 124
Benjamin Britten - Suite for Harp, in C Major, Op. 83
John Adams - John’s Book of Alleged Dances
George Gershwin - Selected Songs
TICKETS - $20
Our second concert at the Fasig-Tipton Pavilion. Will feature the world premiere of a new work by Adam Schoenberg commisioned by the Festival.
Esa-Pekka Salonen - Homunculus for String Quartet
Adam Schoenberg - WORLD PREMIERE
Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Trio in B-flat major “Archduke”, Op.97
TICKETS - $35/$25.
Music by Los Angeles composers, featuring Ensemble-in-Residence WindSync and our returning artists.
Jeff Beal - Fear of Falling in Love
David Lefkowitz - Berceuse
Franz Schubert - Grand Duo in A Major, D574
Claude Debussy - Sonata for Flute, Viola, and Harp
Samuel Barber - Summer Music for Wind Quintet
Maurice Ravel - Introduction & Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet, and String Quartet
TICKETS - $35/$25
Join Composer-in-Residence Adam Schoenberg and Festival artists for an open forum conversation about the state of chamber music and the importance of playing and commissioning new works.