Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival Fourth Concert

Sunday, September 17, 2017 3:00PM
Old Cabell Hall

Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival Fourth Concert
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Part of the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival

Performed at Old Cabell Hall, on Grounds at U.Va.

Fourth Concert: Sunday, September 17, 2016 at 3 pm

The Virginia Chamber Music Foundation Announces the 18th Season of the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival. Beginning Friday September 8th and ending Sunday September 21st, the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival will continue its tradition of presenting a wide variety of chamber music styles and instrumentations performed by world-renowned musicians.

Gustav Mahler: Piano Quartet in A minor
Alban Berg: Nachtigall and Schliesse mir die Augen beide (texts by Theodor Storm)
Arnold Schoenberg: Cabaret Songs (Galathea, Gigerlette, Der genügsmer Liebhaber)
Arnold Schoenberg: Ode to Napoleon, Op. 41
Richard Strauss: Songs (Traum durch die Dämmerung, Zueignung, Morgen)
Richard Strauss: Metamorphosen (septet version)

Sharon Roffman, violin
Timothy Summers, violin
Kyle Armbrust, viola
Matthew Lipman, viola
Raphael Bell, cello
Clancy Newman, cello
Joseph Conyers, bass
Conor Hanick, piano
Jeremy Thompson, piano
Ariadne Greif, soprano
Thomas Meglioranza, narrator

To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Festival, click here.

A note about parking in the C-1 Lot: The C-1 lot is reserved for patrons who are handicapped or walking-impaired. If you would like to request a pass to park in this closer lot, please contact the Festival directly at or 434-295-5395.

About the Festival:
Founded in 2000 by Charlottesville natives Raphael Bell (cello) and Timothy Summers (violin and viola), the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival, September 8-21, 2017, invites world-class, professional musicians who give fresh reads on traditional classical works, as well as contemporary chamber works. The diversity of programming, musicians, and variety of instrumentation sets this Festival apart in Central Virginia, and provides a unique opportunity for chamber music lovers throughout the region.

Learn more about the Festival concerts and performers online at