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Oneppo Chamber Music Series announces 2014–2015 concert season

brentano_v_webThe Oneppo Chamber Music Series, under the artistic direction of David Shifrin, is pleased to announce the lineup for its 2014–2015 season. This year, the School of Music welcomes the Brentano String Quartet as the new faculty quartet-in-residence; the ensemble will open the season on September 23 and will perform again January 27.

On October 28, the Orion String Quartet and Windscape will perform Bach's Art of the Fugue in Samuel Baron's arrangement for string quartet and wind quintet.  Two string quartets join the Brentano on the series: the Jupiter on November 18 and the Danish on February 17.

A performance by the Dutch early music ensemble Musica ad Rhenum on March 3 will be co-presented by the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments, which also presents its own concert series.

A program called Letters from Argentina, on March 31, will feature violinist Cho-Liang Lin in performances of tango music. Lin will be joined by David Shifrin, clarinet; Pablo Aslan, bass; Satoshi Takaeishi, percussion; and Hector del Curto, bandoneon.

It is the tradition of the chamber music series to conclude with a concert by the winners of the annual chamber music competition at the School. This season's Competition Winners' Concert will take place on May 5.

Subscriptions are currently available; single tickets go on sale July 1. To purchase tickets, please visit our ticketing website, call 203 432-4158, or visit the box office in Sprague Hall.


Oneppo Chamber Music Series

2014–2015 Season

May 5
Competition Winners

Sep 23
Brentano String Quartet

Oct 28
Art of the Fugue
Orion String Quartet and Windscape

Nov 18
Jupiter String Quartet

Jan 27
Brentano String Quartet

Feb 17
Danish String Quartet

Mar 3
Musica ad Rhenum
Co-presented with the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments

Mar 31
Letters from Argentina

May 5
Competition Winners