CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM OFFERINGS 2025

At our organization, we value programming that is unconventional, innovative, and captivating. We also prioritize collaborating closely with presenters to create programming that resonates with their audiences. Check out our program offerings for the 2025/26 season below.

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Pictures of an Exhibition

Total number of traveling artists & crew: 5


The first half of our program presents a rich tapestry of musical genres. We kick off with Andrea Casarrubios' "Afilador," a captivating new piece, following a selection from Georg P. Telemann's Third Paris Quartet, offering a 15-minute glimpse into the Baroque era, and Claude Debussy's "Petite suite" follows, arranged by CreArtBox. As we transition to the second half, Sergei Rachmaninoff takes center stage with his evocative "Trio élégiaque in G Minor, No. 1". The journey culminates with Modest Mussorgsky's "Pictures of an Exhibition," thoughtfully arranged by CreArtBox, unfolding over a captivating 35-minute exploration of visual and auditory artistry. This program is a celebration of musical diversity, weaving together compositions from different eras and cultures. It is an ode to the interplay between influence and innovation, inviting the audience to engage in fresh interpretations and embark on new musical conversations.
Artists

Emilie Anne Gendron, violin

Mathew Cohen, viola

Julia Yang, cello

Guillermo Laporta, flute

Josefina Urraca, piano

Program

First half


Andrea Casarrubios: Afilador [7’]


Georg P. Telemann: Third Paris Quartet TWV 43: G4 (selection) [15’]


Claude Debussy: Petite suite, L. 65 (arr. CreArtBox) [14’]

  1. En bateau
  2. Cortège
  3. Menuet
  4. Ballet


Second half


Sergei Rachmaninoff: Trio élégiaque in G Minor, No. 1 [14’]


Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures of an Exhibition (arr. CreArtBox) [35’]

Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition

Masked Sounds

Total number of traveling artists & crew: 3


'Masked Sounds' extends an invitation to an evening where melodies assume cryptic personas, captivating you and leaving you immersed in their secrets long after the final note fades away. The evening begins with Max Richter's "Vladimir's Blues," a two-minute piece that sets a contemplative tone, drawing listeners into the enchanting world of the performance. Transitioning into the first half, Carl Maria von Weber's "Trio for Piano, Flute, and Cello in G Minor, Op. 63" showcases Weber's mastery in creating a compelling narrative through instrumental dialogue. Following this, Philippe Gaubert's "Three Aquarelles" paints vivid sonic landscapes, offering a delightful exploration of musical colors and moods. As the second half unfolds, Felix Mendelssohn's "Piano Trio op. 49" takes center stage, guiding the audience through a dynamic journey. Mendelssohn's brilliance in crafting intricate and emotionally resonant compositions. The program reaches its pinnacle with Maurice Ravel's "Kaddisch (from Hebrew melodies)," a poignant four-minute piece that serves as a soul-stirring conclusion.
Artists

Julia Yang, cello

Guillermo Laporta, flute

Josefina Urraca, piano

Program

First half


Max Richter: Vladimir's Blues [2’]


Carl Maria von Weber: Trio for Piano, Flute and Cello in G Minor, Op. 63 [23’]

  1. Allegro moderato
  2. Scherzo. Allegro vivace
  3. Schäfers Klage (Shepherd's Lament). Andante espressivo
  4. Finale. Allegro

Philippe Gaubert: Three Aquarelles [14’]

  1. Par un clair matin
  2. Soir d'automne
  3. Sérénade

Second half


Felix Mendelssohn: Piano trio op. 49 [30’]

  1. Molto allegro agitato
  2. Andante con moto tranquillo
  3. Scherzo. Leggiero e vivace
  4. Finale. Allegro assai appassionato

Maurice Ravel: Kaddisch (from Hebrew melodies) [4’]


Mendelssohn's Piano trio op. 49, Andante con moto tranquillo

Echoes of Solitude

Total number of traveling artists & crew: 3


In this program, we embark on a journey through a rich tapestry of musical expressions. ​Starting with Robert Schumann's Fantasy Pieces Op.73 ​and followed by Bryan Wysocki's "We Can Learn Me Together" introduces a contemporary twist, guiding the audience into a realm of meditative reflection.​ The exploration continues with Claude Debussy's Second Sonata, transcribed for Piano, Flute, and Viola. In the second half, the program delves into Robert Schumann's Six Etudes in Canon Op.56, presenting a curated selection that provides insight into Schumann's mastery of canonic structures. The atmosphere then shifts with the timeless charm of Edith Piaf's "La Vie en Rose," adding a touch of nostalgia​ and ending with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Trio in E Flat Major K. 498, thoughtfully transcribed for Piano, Flute, and Viola​.
Artists

Mathew Cohen, viola

Guillermo Laporta, flute

Josefina Urraca, piano

Program

First half


Robert Schumann: Fantasy Pieces Op.73 [12’]

  1. Tender and with expression
  2. Lively, light
  3. Quick and with fire

Bryan Wysocki: We Can Learn Me Together [7’]


Claude Debussy: Second Sonata, L. 137 (transcribed for Piano, Flute and Viola) [15’]

  1. Prologue: Lento, dolce rubato
  2. Interlude: Tempo di Minuetto
  3. Finale: Allegro moderato ma risoluto

Second half


Robert Schumann: Six etudes in Canon Op.56 (selection) [10’]


Edith Piaf: La Vie en Rose / Moro, Lasso [4’]


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Trio in E Flat Major K. 498 (transcribed for Piano, Flute and Viola) [18’]

  1. Andante
  2. Allegretto
  3. Minuetto

Mozart's Trio in E Flat Major K. 498