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Early Piano Trios by Beethoven and Brahms

June 3-4, 2023

This thrilling program highlights powerful early piano trios by two of our greatest composers—Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms.   Though both men were only in their 20’s when they wrote these pieces, the works display an incredible passion and power that showcase their amazing talents even at very early ages.  Beethoven’s Opus 1, no. 3 trio in C Minor was a revolutionary work that shocked his teacher, Haydn, and helped propel young Ludwig into the forefront of Viennese society.  Ultimately, Beethoven would help lead music into the new Romantic age, with its greater emphasis on individual emotions and greater contrasts in mood and sound to mirror the changing forces in society after the French Revolution.  Sixty years later, young Brahms would burst on the musical scene, a “chosen one” as Schumann described him, “over whose cradle graces and heroes stood guard.”  Brahms would take up Beethoven’s legacy and produce his incredible B Major Trio, Op. 8 at the age of 21, filled with some of the most beautiful melodies in the entire repertoire and a profound dramatic sense that reveal his Romantic genius.  Together, these pieces highlight youthful passion, vigor, and intensity and the supremely creative drive of two amazing composers.



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Saturday, Jun 03, 2023 @ 7:30pm

Home of Daniel and Kisha Weiser
208 Northway, Baltimore

Another intimate concert in our beautiful Guilford home with great food and drink included—-Chamber Music the way it was meant to be heard!  Great food and drink are included and a chance to mingle with the artists and experience chamber music close up and in person.  Seating is limited and reservations are required.  Pay with any major credit card at the link below.  To buy multiple seats, just click on the yellow “Add to Cart” button and you can choose multiple seats on the next screen.  If you prefer to do a credit card over the phone, please call me (Dan) at 802-369-0856.

This concert will feature 11 year-old violinist Katherine Yang performing a movement of a piece

by Willem Ten-Have as part of our partnership with the Peabody Preparatory Dept.

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Sunday, Jun 04, 2023 @ 2:00pm

Central Presbyterian Church in Towson
7308 York Rd, Towson, MD 21204

We are thrilled to try out this new venue in Towson that has a fantastic Steinway piano and terrific acoustics.  We hope to build a regular series there and hope you can join us at our first concert.  There is plenty of parking in their lot and lots of room to spread out for those still concerned about being too crowded.  Admission is $20 for general and $15 for Church members.  Children 18 and under are always free.  You can pay at the door or save 10% by paying in advance by clicking on the link below.   Click on the arrow to get the Church member price.  To buy multiple seats, just click on the yellow “Add to Cart” button and you can add seats on the next screen.  All major credit cards are accepted and you do not need to have PayPal.  You can also call Daniel Weiser at 802-369-0856 to pay by phone.

As part of our collaboration with the Peabody Preparatory Department, we are excited to present a student ensemble
performing a movement of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s String Quartet in d minor, K421.  The performers are:
Jiles DeFosse, violin (13); Elizabeth Wnek, violin  (14); Miya Mese-Jones, viola  (17); and Alexander Yang, cello (13)