The Smithsonian Chamber Music Society celebrates its 38th season with musical masterpieces from the Elizabethan period to late 19th century. This is part of a six-concert series offered on Sundays.
One hour prior to each program Kenneth Slowik, SCMS artistic director, continues his popular pre-concert lectures, shedding light on the lives and times of the featured composers and their glorious music.
A Schubertiade in January brings back Mark Fewer and John Feeney who join Steven Dann, Myron Lutzke, and Kenneth Slowik in two of Schubert’s best-loved works.
To learn more about the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society, click here.
Sun., Jan. 11
Schubert: Trio in B-flat Major, D 898
Schubert: Quintet in A Major, D. 667 (the “Trout”)
Mark Fewer, violin; Steven Dann, viola; Myron Lutzke, violoncello; John Feeney, bass; Kenneth Slowik, fortepiano
Program, location, and artists are subject to change.
To view other concerts in this Sunday classical concert series, click here. This concert series also is offered on Saturday dates.