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NDSU hosts the 2019 NDSU Chamber Music Festival between May 30 – June 4
The NDSU Chamber Music Festival, now heading into its 5th-Anniversary Season, brings the Fargo-Moorhead community intimate and exhilarating encounters with great chamber music performed by world-class musicians alongside NDSU student pianists.
The 5th Anniversary Season features Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Sonja Harasim as well as the much-anticipated return of cellist Colin Carr, globe-trotting soloist, chamber music A-lister, and faculty member at the Royal Conservatory of Musicin London. Guest artists for this season will also include members of the Milwaukee Symphony as well as other members of the FMSO and faculty members from NDSU and Concordia College.
The Chamber Festival has additionally featured musicians from top orchestras and universities across the country and world, including Carnegie Mellon University, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, the South Dakota Symphony, and Ohio University.
Don’t miss any of these exciting chamber music events!
2019 NDSU Chamber Music Festival Schedule of Events
BECKWITH RECITAL HALL | Free and open to the public
Thursday, May 30, 7:30 PM
Monday, June 3, 7:30 PM
Tuesday, June 4, 7:30 PM
WEST ACRES (CENTER COURT) | Free and open to the public
Saturday, June 1, 2:00 PM
PLAINS ART MUSEUM | Free and open to the public
Tuesday, June 4, 12:00 Noon
“Chamber music is special in that these mighty composers have created personal works that implicate performer and listener alike as the music unfolds—at times moving, at times exciting or even humorous,” said Tyler Wottrich, festival artistic director and assistant professor of piano at NDSU. “We invite you to join us in this 5th Anniversary of the NDSU Chamber Music Festival as NDSU student pianists work with professional string players to bring this incredible music to life.”
Student pianists are invited to attend open rehearsals and social events with NDSU pianists and guest artists by contacting Tyler Wottrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details, visit www.ndsu.edu/performingarts/music.