10-11-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 6 - WCRI’s Festival Series

October 13th, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 6: AU REVOIR, BEETHOVEN! Beethoven: String Quartet No.16 in F Major, Op. 135, Brahms: Piano Quartet No.3 in C Minor, Op.60. Featuring Juliette Kang and Bryan Lee, violin; Che-Hung Chen and Zoe Martin-Doike, viola; Tom Kraines and Clancy Newman, cello; Natalie Zhu, piano. https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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09-20-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 5 - WCRI’s Festival Series

September 21st, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 5: TRANSFIGURED NIGHT Beethoven: Horn Sonata in F Major, Op.17 Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht (“Transfigured Night”), Op.4, for String Sextet. Featuring: Joel Link and Bryan Lee, violin; 
Burchard Tang and Zoe Martin-Doike, viola; Priscilla Lee and Clancy Newman, cello; Jeffery Lang, horn; Natalie Zhu, piano https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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09-13-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 4 - WCRI’s Festival Series

September 14th, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 4: MOZART’S INSPIRATION Beethoven: Seven Variations in E-flat Major On “ Bei Mannern, Welche Liebe Fuhlen”, from Mozart’s Magic Flute, WoO46; Mozart: Piano Quartet in G minor, K.478. Featuring: Juliette Kang, violin; Che-Hung Chen, viola; Tom Kraines and Clancy Newman, cello; Natalie Zhu, piano https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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09-06-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 3 - WCRI’s Festival Series

September 8th, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 3: SCHUBERT ADDS A BASS (AND A TROUT) Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano, No. 5 in F Major,  Op.24 (“Spring”) Schubert:  Quintet in A Major, D.667, “Trout” Featuring...Jennifer Koh and David Kim, violin; Burchard Tang, viola; Thomas Kraines, cello; Hal Robinson, double bass; Charles Abramovic and Natalie Zhu, piano   https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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08-23-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 2 - WCRI’s Festival Series

August 24th, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 2: ROMANTIC DEVELOPMENTS Featuring Jennifer Koh and Joel Link, violin; Che-Hung Chen and Zoe Martin-Doike, viola; Thomas Kraines and Clancy Newman, cello; Natalie Zhu, piano. https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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08-16-20 The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 1 - WCRI’s Festival Series

August 17th, 2020

The Kingston Chamber Music Festival - Concert 1: HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEETHOVEN...Featuring Juliette Kang, David Kim and Bryan Lee, violin; Burchard Tang, viola; Priscilla Lee, cello, Hal Robinson, double bass; and Charles Abramovic, piano https://www.kingstonchambermusic.org/watch_and_listen/

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08-03-20 The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival - Part 12 - WCRI’s Festival Series

August 3rd, 2020

On WCRI's Festival Series this week we visit The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. In 1989, trustees of the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation of Kalamazoo, Michigan, announced plans to honor the memory of Irving S. Gilmore, a local businessman and philanthropist, by creating some of the most unique and significant awards for pianists anywhere in the world and a biennial piano festival to celebrate keyboard music. For more information visit HERE

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07-19-20 The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival - Part 11 - WCRI’s Festival Series

July 20th, 2020

On WCRI's Festival Series this week we visit The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. In 1989, trustees of the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation of Kalamazoo, Michigan, announced plans to honor the memory of Irving S. Gilmore, a local businessman and philanthropist, by creating some of the most unique and significant awards for pianists anywhere in the world and a biennial piano festival to celebrate keyboard music. For more information visit HERE

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