Presenting our 35th concert season with a series of eight concerts featuring internationally known and regionally acclaimed artists.
NOTICE- Due to travel and other restrictions related to the coronavirus, we have been forced to cancel the remaining 2020/2021 concerts. We're working hard to bring you an amazing new season as soon as possible. Watch this space for our reopening announcement and concert schedule!
In the meantime, enjoy our FREE virtual concerts HERE!
2019/2020 Season Completed Concerts
Hannah Penn and David Saffert
Performed a program of Classical Cabaret on October 6, 2019
Hannah Penn, mezzo-soprano, enjoys a diverse career as a performer of opera, oratorio, and recital literature. Frequently praised for her musicality and the timbre of her voice, Ms. Penn has recently been called “…a major talent”, and “…an intelligent and wonderfully musical singer” by Portland’s Willamette Week, and was praised for having “…intriguing colors at both ends of her range” by The Oregonian. She has sung more than twenty operatic roles with Glimmerglass Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Portland Opera, Tacoma Opera, and other companies.
David Saffert is a classically trained pianist from Wisconsin. He has been seen on stage in sketch comedy, improv, solo piano concerts, and in his very own music & comedy variety shows. David has worked as a pianist with such organizations as the Guthrie Theater (MN), Oregon Ballet Theatre, Portland Opera, Oregon Symphony, and the Interlochen Arts Camp.
Hugely acclaimed German Piano Trio
Performed Sunday, November 3, 2019
The Detroit Press proclaimed: "Three voices – one sound: The kind of pitch-perfect unanimity of phrasing, tone, feeling and interpretation that distinguishes the finest chamber ensembles."
Founded in 2003 by violinist Annette von Hehn, cellist Stefan Heinemeyer and pianist Thomas Hoppe, the ATOS TRIO strives to convey the spirit of string quartet playing to the piano trio realm. Never shying from extremes, the ensemble aims to push limits when it comes to sound and dynamics and is known for its honesty of interpretation. The 'Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award' recognized the achievement of the ATOS TRIO and awarded this distinction to the trio in 2007. It offers the winners twenty important US concerts including a debut concert at New York's Carnegie Hall and performances in Chicago, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Detroit, Kansas City and Tucson.
Pianist, Composer, and Lincoln Center Emerging Young Artist
Performed Sunday, January 5, 2020