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The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth will launch theirĀ 30th Anniversary season by presenting the music of Prokofiev, Schubert, and Shostakovich. Artistic Director, Gary Levinson, has brought together and incredible group of chamber musicians and repertoire for this opening concert. There will be unusual groupings such as the Prokofiev 2 violin sonatas and a Schubert string trio, and the Shostakovich Piano Quintet, but their sonority and structure make it very familiar and appealing to the ear. Thus, No Translation Necessary suggests that the combination of artists and repertoire speaks for itself.

Featured artists include Francesca de Pasquale and Gary Levinson, violins; Richard Young, viola; Biong Tsang, cello; Pavel Nersessian, piano. A Pre-Concert Conversation with Laurie Shulman and Gary Levinson begins at 1:15 pm in the performance venue.

The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth will launch their 30th Anniversary season by presenting the music of Prokofiev, Schubert, and Shostakovich. Artistic Director, Gary Levinson, has brought together and incredible group of chamber musicians and repertoire for this opening concert. There will be unusual groupings such as the Prokofiev 2 violin sonatas and a Schubert string trio, and the Shostakovich Piano Quintet, but their sonority and structure make it very familiar and appealing to the ear. Thus, No Translation Necessary suggests that the combination of artists and repertoire speaks for itself.

Featured artists include Francesca de Pasquale and Gary Levinson, violins; Richard Young, viola; Biong Tsang, cello; Pavel Nersessian, piano. A Pre-Concert Conversation with Laurie Shulman and Gary Levinson begins at 1:15 pm in the performance venue.

The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth will launch their 30th Anniversary season by presenting the music of Prokofiev, Schubert, and Shostakovich. Artistic Director, Gary Levinson, has brought together and incredible group of chamber musicians and repertoire for this opening concert. There will be unusual groupings such as the Prokofiev 2 violin sonatas and a Schubert string trio, and the Shostakovich Piano Quintet, but their sonority and structure make it very familiar and appealing to the ear. Thus, No Translation Necessary suggests that the combination of artists and repertoire speaks for itself.

Featured artists include Francesca de Pasquale and Gary Levinson, violins; Richard Young, viola; Biong Tsang, cello; Pavel Nersessian, piano. A Pre-Concert Conversation with Laurie Shulman and Gary Levinson begins at 1:15 pm in the performance venue.

WHEN

WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://chambermusicfw.org/

TICKET INFO

$5-$35
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