Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society kicks off third season with spooky night out



Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society will be performing on Saturday October 30 at the end of their first weeklong residency in Season 3! This Spooky Evening will be a loud, exciting and beautiful evening with everything that makes us love music.

Let yourself be carried away by the magically bewitching tunes that will enchant us by the artists of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Jia Kim (cello), Molly Carr (viola), Euntaek Kim (piano) and Siwoo Kim (violin)! Come celebrate the macabre party with a repertoire that is sure to arouse concern with selections from Schubert – “Erlkonig”, Prokofiev – Diabolical Suggestion and selections from “Romeo and Juliet”, and Brahms – Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, “Werther”.

The vibrant quartet will hold a public performance at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center on October 30, 2021 at 7 p.m. The performance, with in-person and live ticket options, is the first of three weeklong residences scheduled for season three.

The next CMS residency performances will take place on:

Sunday January 16 show, “Music beyond borders”
Show on Saturday April 9, “Spring in the strings”

This season is made possible by the generous support of the members and sponsors of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society, including the season sponsors: Clea and Richard james (In honor of Irene Bareau), The Netter Foundation (In honor of Irene Bareau), The Stires-Stark Family Foundation, Jill and Roger Witten, and residency sponsors: Irene Bareau, and Robi and Jim Hodge, and artist sponsors: Leslie Abramson and Fred Rossman, Joan and Henry Binder, Lisa Hagerty and George Gay, Natalie and Tom Hubbs, Caren and Howard Merson, Sylvia and Bill Pape, and Barbara and David Siegel.



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