2020-21 Season – To Be Rescheduled to 2021-’22

Please note:  Depending on prevailing Covid-19 conditions, we are hoping that the following line-up of artists can all be rescheduled to the 2021-2022 season.  We will update when plans are confirmed.

October 2021                                                                                                       

EINAV YARDEN, piano

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November 2021                               –

NICHOLAS CANELLAKIS, cello
MICHAEL BROWN, piano

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January 2022                          – 

CARION WIND ENSEMBLE
Dóra Seres, flute; Egils Upatnieks, oboe; Egils Sefers, clarinet;                                                           David M.A.P. Palmquist, horn; Niels A.V Larsen, bassoon

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February 2022

ISRAELI CHAMBER PROJECT
Daniel Bard, violin; Michal Korman, cello; Guy Eshed, flute; Tibi Czigar, clarinet;                    Sivan Magen, harp; Assaff Weisman, piano; with Hila Baggio, soprano

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March 2022

CURTIS ON TOUR:  THE NINA vos MALTZAHN GLOBAL TOURING INITIATIVE of the CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC                                                                                                                        Ida Kavafian, violin; Peter Wiley, cello; Curtis Institute players                                                                                                                             ===========================================================================

April 2022

OMER QUARTET
Mason Yu, violin; Erica Tursi, violin; Jinsun Hong, viola; Alex Cox, cello

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Concerts take place at the Berger Center in Oakmont, and are open to all Oakmont residents and their invited guests. 

 

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