Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth presents CMSFW Goes Virtual

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Gary Levinson
Gary Levinson Photo courtesy of Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth will present three virtual concerts to replace ones that were canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The concerts, which will be recorded at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, can be accessed on YouTube Premiere. In addition to the concerts, there will be Pre-Concert Conversations with Laurie Shulman and Gary Levinson.

The concerts are programmed to begin at 2 pm, with the Pre-Concert Conversation beginning at 1:30 pm. Because the concerts are prerecorded, a new feature will allow viewers to chat with the artists or express a thought about the music and/or the artists during and after the concert. The Chat Box is located on the right-hand side of the screen.

Schedule of events

  • September 12: The World of Dvořák, featuring Antonin Dvořák's Slavonic Dance No. 2, Johannes Brahms' Hungarian Dance No. 5, and Dvořák's Piano Quintet No. 2, Op 81. Performers include Baya Kakouberi, piano; Gary Levinson, violin; Aaron Boyd, violin; Dmitry Kustanovich, viola; and Allan Steele, cello.
  • October 10: A Bridge of Searing Beauty, featuring Frank Bridge's Piano Quintet and Chevalier de St. George's String Quartet No. 5. Performers include Michael Bukhman, piano; Gary Levinson, violin; Aaron Boyd, violin; Dmitry Kustanovich, viola; and Allan Steele, cello.
  • November 21: Musical Royalty, featuring Friedrich-Max "Fritz" Kreisler's Lieberslied, Manuel De Falla and Friedrich-Max Kreisler's Danse Espagnole, Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka's Trio Pathétique, and Robert Schumann's Piano Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 44. Performers include Anton Nel, piano; Gary Levinson, violin; Swang Lin, violin; Aaron Boyd, viola; and Allan Steele, cello.

Event Details

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This is a virtual event.

Ticket Info

Admission is free.