MSUToday
Published: Oct. 23, 2018

MSU to host inaugural Chamber Music Festival

Contact(s): Michael Sundermann College of Music office: (517) 353-2043 sunderm1@msu.edu

The Michigan State University College of Music is proud to present the MSU Chamber Music Festival in its inaugural season. Festival performances will take place Nov. 2-3 in Cook Recital Hall of the Music Building. Additional master classes will be held on Nov. 4 at the Community Music School. Most events are free and open to the public.

Performances will feature artist-faculty and internationally acclaimed Euclid Quartet. A highly regarded chamber ensemble, the Euclid Quartet’s members include violinist Jameson Cooper, violinist Brendan Shea, violist Luis Enrique Vargas and cellist Jacqueline Choi.

Chamber Music Performances:

Nov. 2
Wind and Brass Chamber Groups
8 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, Free

Nov. 3
Sensory Friendly Spartan Concert
3 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, Free

Nov. 3
Artist-faculty and Euclid Quartet
8 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, General Admission

Master Classes and Lectures:

Nov. 2
Lecture: The Faces of Chamber Music Careers
11:30 a.m., Room 145, Music Building

Nov. 4
String Master Class with Euclid Quartet
11 a.m., Room 103, Music Practice Building, Free

Wind and Brass Master Class with MSU College of Music graduate students
2 p.m., MSU Community Music School, Free

More information can be found at MSU Chamber Music Festival

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