Tag: Chamber Music

WRR101 Focus on the Arts: Expect the Merz Trio’s Dallas concert to be a ‘collage’ of sound

“We love the artform that is concert curation – the kind of conversational possibilities it offers both between ourselves and the composers whose works we choose to play,” says violinist Brigid Coleridge of the Merz Trio. Dallas Chamber Music Society will welcome the group in concert at SMU Feb. 12, 2024, marking the organization’s inaugural… Read more »

WRR101 Focus on the Arts: This ensemble may be NYC-based, but it has Fort Worth ties

Sahun Sam Hong is the pianist and Executive Director of NYC-based chamber music collective Ensemble132, but TCU can also claim him as their own: As one of the school’s notable alumni, he graduated in 2011 at the age of 16. WRR’s Kurt Rongey had an opportunity to speak with two members of the group about… Read more »

WRR 101 Focus on the Arts: The Orion Quartet set to play in Dallas ahead of the group’s retirement after 36 years

“The mission of the organization is to bring the world’s most renowned (and)the world’s greatest chamber music ensembles to the city of Dallas,” says John Batchelder, Executive Director of the Dallas Chamber Music Society. The organization opens its star-studded season with the acclaimed Orion Quartet ahead of the group’s retirement after 36 years. In this… Read more »

WRR 101 Focus on the Arts: What to expect in Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth’s new season

Every year, the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth brings some of the world’s most prominent classical musicians to Fort Worth for a series of concerts at the Modern Art Museum. Guests this year include Cliburn medalist John Nakamatsu, the Dover Quartet, Angela Cheng, Inbal Segev, Orion Weiss, and more. In this feature, CMSFW Artistic… Read more »