Category Archives: 2024-2025 Concert Season

Ariel Quartet – April 8, 2025

Distinguished by its virtuosity, probing musical insight, and impassioned, fiery performances, the Ariel Quartet has garnered critical praise worldwide for more than twenty years. The group formed as teenagers, studying at the Jerusalem Academy Middle School of Music and Dance in Israel. The quartet has dedicated much of its artistic energy and musical prowess to the groundbreaking Beethoven quartets and has performed the complete Beethoven cycle on six occasions throughout the United States and Europe. 

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Ariel Quartet website

Goldmund Quartet – March 4, 2025

 The Goldmund Quartet, based in Germany, is now counted as among the world’s leading string quartets of the younger generation. The ensemble is noted for its “exquisite playing” (Süddeutsche Zeitung) in its interpretations of the great classical and modern works of the quartet literature. Its inwardness, the group’s unbelievably fine intonation, and musical phrases worked out down to the smallest detail inspire audiences worldwide. 

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Goldmund Quartet website

Trio con Brio Copenhagen – February 11, 2025

 Recognized as one of the world’s finest piano ensembles, Trio con Brio was founded at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in 1999. Now based in Copenhagen, the trio is lauded for its exceptional musicianship, fresh approach to the core repertoire, adventurous programming, and a commitment to bringing music to young people through highly creative concerts. 

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Trio con Brio website

Tempesta di Mare – November 19, 2024

Based in Philadelphia, Tempesta di Mare is a self-led baroque orchestra and chamber ensemble with a mission to inspire and enlighten through concerts, recordings, and broadcasts. The group’s achievements include more than 375 concerts by more than 70 composers; 12 acclaimed CDs on Chandos, where Tempesta remains the only American baroque orchestra on a roster of European ensembles; and more than 60 million annual broadcast-listeners in the United States, with millions more in over 56 countries worldwide. 

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Tempesta di Mare website

Ensemble 4.1 Piano Windtet – October 29, 2024

 The only “piano windtet” worldwide, Ensemble 4.1 is brought to life by four wind soloists from top German orchestras and one unmistakable pianist. Since its inception in 2013, Ensemble 4.1 has performed recitals in China, Pakistan, Austria, Germany, Algeria, Canada, and the United States. The group is often praised by critics for its exceptional communicative power and its intoxicating onstage presence. 

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Ensemble 4.1 website

Trio Zimbalist – September 24, 2024

 Members of Trio Zimbalist are all distinguished graduates of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. In demand across Europe and the United States as soloists, chamber musicians, and recitalists, the group is praised for its “precision and feverish intensity” (Greece’s EfSyn). The trio commands a wide repertoire, from Romantic masterworks to today’s most lauded composers. 

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Trio Zimbalist website