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2014-2015 Season

New York Chamber Soloists

Sunday October 4, 3:00pm

An ensemble of America's finest chamber musicians perform Schubert's Octet in F Major, and Beethoven's Septet in E-flat Major
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Hans Boepple, piano

Sunday November 1, 3:00pm

Menahem Pressler, originally scheduled to perform, withdrew because of illness. CMS is delighted that Hans Boepple, a distinguished master of the piano, agreed to step in on short notice. Read an Online Concert Review


Sean Chen, piano

Sunday, February 14, 3:00pm

Opera San Jose

The Van Cliburn Competition prize winner in a Valentine's Day concert. Beethoven's Sonatas No. 24 and 13; Rachmaninov's Sonata No. 2; Three Forgotten Melodies by Nikolai Medtner; and Sean Chen's own transcription of excerpts from Mozart's Requiem and Don Giovanni. Read an Online Concert Review


Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

Sunday April 3, 3:00pm

Ms. McDermott suffered injuries in an automobile accident on March 24 which prevent her from appearing, and we therefore regretfully cancelled the concert.


David Finckel, cello
Wu Han, piano
and Philip Setzer, violin

Sunday May 15, 3:00pm

Three of America's most sought-after chamber musicians in the first of two concerts featuring the complete Beethoven Piano Trios
  Trio in E-flat major, Op. 1 No.1
  Trio in C minor, Op.1 No. 3
  Trio in D major, Op. 7 No.1 ("Ghost")
  (Concert No. 2 of the Beethoven series will be part of our 2016-17 Season)


Following this concert there will be a dinner with the three artists at the Il Forniao restaurant at the Pine Inn.
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Biennial Piano Competition

Saturday June 4 , All Day


In the morning and afternoon, hear the finalists each play a 30-minute recital of varied repertoire. That evening, the three winners appear in concert.

All competition events are open free to the general public.
No ticket or reservation required.

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