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"Join CMI in a delicious Classical/Romantic romp through Mozart’s elegant Vienna, Turina’s exotic Spain, and Brahms’ Germany—the heart of Western Music."|
|Concert 1||Saturday, September 12, 2015||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Sunday, September 13, 2015||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 2||Sunday, October 11, 2015||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 3||Friday, December 4, 2015||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 4||Saturday, February 13, 2016||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Concert 5||Saturday, March 5, 2016||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
|Concert 6||Saturday, April 23, 2016||Dallas City Performance Hall|
|Concert 7||Saturday, May 21, 2016||St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church|
Complete 2015-2016 Concert Season Listing
the world’s most acclaimed musicians brought together for a single
performance – not in London, New York, or Prague, but here in North Texas.
Our 28th season presents 30 superstars of classical music in six
unique concert programs – just for you.
brilliant young prizewinners from across the globe, performing with
celebrated virtuosi. Our
“ensemble for an evening” format gives performances a remarkable
electricity and freshness.
the intimacy of our concerts. Watch the dynamic interplay among the
artists, hear their breath quicken, as they paint a canvas of sound that
fills the hall or hushes it to the quietness of a falling leaf.
the world’s most beloved classical music, performed by its most
admired masters. Chamber Music International’s 29th Season presents a
once-in-a-lifetime experience with timeless music.
|Kelemen Quartet lives up to hype in electrifying concert
Source: Scott Cantrel, Dallas Morning News|
Kelemen Quartet lives up to hype in electrifying concert
Published 04 June 2011 11:44 PM....more
|Classical review: Chamber trio superb with Debussy and Mendelssohn|
By OLIN CHISM / Special Contributor to The Dallas....more
|Dallas Morning News - Classical Review: Ensemble makes fine work of Mozart, Weber|
10:36 AM CST on Monday, February 20, 2006
By OLIN CHISM / Special Contributor....more
|Volunteer Opportunities with CMI|
Most of the CMI budget goes to the artists, the performance halls and marketing. The....more
|CMI program unites spirit, technique
12:18 AM CDT on Monday October 4, 2004
By OLIN CHISM / The Dallas Morning News
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International lived....more
|An innovative mix - CMI charms with Spohr, Barber and Brahms
12:01 AM CDT on Saturday, May 1, 2004
By OLIN CHISM / The Dallas Morning News
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International rarely....more
|NEWS RELEASE: Chamber Music International Announces the Winners for the First Annual
STUDENT CHAMBER MUSIC COMPETITION|
DALLAS, April 4, 2004. Chamber Music International (CMI), a non-profit organization that for 18 years....more
|Announcing The Annual Mozart Outreach Program|
Chamber Music International Brings
The Classic to the Inner City Classroom:
Announcing The Annual Mozart....more
|Jan-12: Dallas Morning News: Vital nuances sharpen at Chamber Music concert. |
As piano trios progress, soloists unveil invigorating detail
|15.Nov: Dallas Morning News: Circle of winners drafted - Musical all-stars team up for Chamber Music International|
RICHARDSON -- Chamber Music International presents programs in Richardson
and Dallas, but it justifies that....more
|CMI in the Dallas Morning News: Eisemann stage is set for success ... Arts groups cheer center for boosting image and income|
July 20, 2003...By SCOTT CANTRELL, The Dallas Morning News
Ten months after it opened,....more
|The Sitka Connection|
In 1972, young violinist Paul Rosenthal visited Sitka, Alaska, and fell in love with its....more
|Miles For Artists|
If you have airline miles waiting to be used, here is a painless opportunity to....more