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Suite from "The Victorian Kitchen Garden" for Clarinet and Harp....Paul Reade Concerto a Tre for Clarinet, Violin, and Cello....Ingolf Dahl Trio Pour violin, violoncelle et harp....Jacques Ibert Passacaglia for violin and cello....Handel arr. Halvorsen Fantasie for violin and harp, Op. 124....Camille Saint Saëns Quartet La Jolla for violin, clarinet, cello and harp (2010) ....John Williams
Sonata for Piano and Violin in G major, K. 301....Wolfgang A. Mozart Sonata for Piano and Violin in C Minor, Op. 30, No. 2....Ludwig van Beethoven Počme, Op. 25....Ernest Chausson Fantaisie brillante on Bizet’s Carmen, Op. 3, No. 3....Jenö Hubay
IMAGINEthe world’s most acclaimed musicians brought together for a single
performance – not in London, New York, or Prague, but here in North Texas.Our 27th season presents 30 superstars of classical music in six
unique concert programs – just for you.
DISCOVERbrilliant young prizewinners from across the globe, performing with
“ensemble for an evening” format gives performances a remarkable
electricity and freshness.
EXPERIENCEthe 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.
ENJOYthe world’s most beloved classical music, performed by its most
admired masters. Chamber Music International’s 27th Season presents a
once-in-a-lifetime experience with timeless music.
Barnabás Kelemen - Violin
Barnabás Kelemen has established himself as one of the leading violinist and the most versatile musician of his generation. He is a dedicated chamber musician both as a violinist and violist, string quartet-musician and conductor, giving master classes worldwide. Since 2005 he is the Professor of Violin at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest.
He appears regularly as a concerto soloist with symphonic orchestras of London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Munich, Tokyo, Budapest, Prague, Hong-Kong, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Kuala Lumpur and at many of the world’s major musical venues as the New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Philharmonie in...more