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Artist of the Season: Paul Rosenthal
Paul is a violin virtuoso and prominent ambassador of chamber music over the past 50 years throughout the world. He is a prize winner at the Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium Competitions. Subscribe today and save 15% with the Summer Sizzler discount!
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Next Concert Details
"Thrill to the exquisite beauty of the greatest String Trio of all time paired with the intensity of a Bohemian, emotional roller coaster."|
|Concert 1||Friday, September 19, 2014||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Saturday, September 20, 2014||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Concert 2||Friday, October 10, 2014||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 3||Friday, December 5, 2014||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Concert 4||Saturday, March 7, 2015||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Concert 5||Saturday, April 4, 2015||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 6||Friday, May 22, 2015||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Saturday, May 23, 2015||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
Complete 2014-2015 Concert Season Listing
|"Thrill to the exquisite beauty of the greatest String Trio of all time paired with the intensity of a Bohemian, emotional roller coaster."|
|"The lovely pairing of Mozart’s imaginative work combining violins, viola, double bass, and horns with a late Brahms String Quintet— this is part of an Austrian/German lineage spanning over 200 years with Brahms representing the end of an era."|
|"CMI presents 4 virtuoso violinists frolicking with fantasies on Carmen, Don Giovanni, La Boheme, Rags of Joplin and Jazz of Gershwin!!"|
|"An evening of great variety featuring the haunting nostalgia of Schubert, the romantic flair of Brahms, and the highly-charged Franck Quintet."|
|"Back by popular demand—2 of the finest young artists in the world in another spectacular collaboration."|
|"CMI is proud to present the 2014 Gold Medalist of the 9th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis."||
the world’s most acclaimed musicians brought together for a single
performance – not in London, New York, or Prague, but here in North Texas.
Our 28th season presents 30 superstars of classical music in six
unique concert programs – just for you.
brilliant young prizewinners from across the globe, performing with
celebrated virtuosi. Our
“ensemble for an evening” format gives performances a remarkable
electricity and freshness.
the intimacy of our concerts. Watch the dynamic interplay among the
artists, hear their breath quicken, as they paint a canvas of sound that
fills the hall or hushes it to the quietness of a falling leaf.
the world’s most beloved classical music, performed by its most
admired masters. Chamber Music International’s 28th Season presents a
once-in-a-lifetime experience with timeless music.
Alexandre Moutouzkine - Piano
The Dallas Morning News said Russian-American pianist Alexandre Moutouzkine, “played Brahms’ Op. 117 Intermezzi more beautifully, more movingly, than I’ve ever heard them. At once sad, tender and noble, this was playing of heart-stopping intimacy and elegance.” Mr. Moutouzkine has toured throughout Germany, France, Spain, Russia, Italy, and North and South America, as well as in China and Japan. In recent seasons, he has appeared as soloist with the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Television Orchestra of Spain, Cleveland Orchestra, Louisiana Philharmonic, Valencia Philharmonic, the Gran Canaria and Tenerife symphonies in the Canary Islands, the National Symphonic Orchestra of Panama,...more
Meet the Artists
|Kelemen Quartet lives up to hype in electrifying concert
Source: Scott Cantrel, Dallas Morning News|
Kelemen Quartet lives up to hype in electrifying concert
Published 04 June 2011 11:44 PM....more
|Classical review: Chamber trio superb with Debussy and Mendelssohn|
By OLIN CHISM / Special Contributor to The Dallas....more
|Dallas Morning News - Classical Review: Ensemble makes fine work of Mozart, Weber|
10:36 AM CST on Monday, February 20, 2006
By OLIN CHISM / Special Contributor....more
|Volunteer Opportunities with CMI|
Most of the CMI budget goes to the artists, the performance halls and marketing. The....more
|CMI program unites spirit, technique
12:18 AM CDT on Monday October 4, 2004
By OLIN CHISM / The Dallas Morning News
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International lived....more
|An innovative mix - CMI charms with Spohr, Barber and Brahms
12:01 AM CDT on Saturday, May 1, 2004
By OLIN CHISM / The Dallas Morning News
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International rarely....more
|NEWS RELEASE: Chamber Music International Announces the Winners for the First Annual
STUDENT CHAMBER MUSIC COMPETITION|
DALLAS, April 4, 2004. Chamber Music International (CMI), a non-profit organization that for 18 years....more
|Announcing The Annual Mozart Outreach Program|
Chamber Music International Brings
The Classic to the Inner City Classroom:
Announcing The Annual Mozart....more
|Jan-12: Dallas Morning News: Vital nuances sharpen at Chamber Music concert. |
As piano trios progress, soloists unveil invigorating detail
|15.Nov: Dallas Morning News: Circle of winners drafted - Musical all-stars team up for Chamber Music International|
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International presents programs in Richardson
and Dallas, but it justifies that....more
|CMI in the Dallas Morning News: Eisemann stage is set for success ... Arts groups cheer center for boosting image and income|
July 20, 2003...By SCOTT CANTRELL, The Dallas Morning News
Ten months after it opened,....more
|The Sitka Connection|
In 1972, young violinist Paul Rosenthal visited Sitka, Alaska, and fell in love with its....more
|Miles For Artists|
If you have airline miles waiting to be used, here is a painless opportunity to....more