MSU to host inaugural Chamber Music Festival
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:
Wind and Brass Chamber Groups
8 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, Free
Sensory Friendly Spartan Concert
3 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, Free
Artist-faculty and Euclid Quartet
8 p.m., Cook Recital Hall, Music Building, General Admission
Master Classes and Lectures:
Lecture: The Faces of Chamber Music Careers
11:30 a.m., Room 145, Music Building
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.