South Coast

Chamber Music Series

Janice Weber, Artistic Director

South Coast Chamber Music Series

2020-2021 Part 2 Virtual Concerts

Tickets are $20 per household. All ticketed patrons will receive an email on the day of the concert containing instructions and a private link for access on YouTube. The concert will premiere at 4pm but you can watch the concert any time (and as many times as) you like for 30 days. We recommend linking your phone, tablet, or computer to your TV to enjoy the full visual-audio quality of the performance!

If you purchased a ticket and have not received your link by 3:30pm on the day of the concert, please email csousa@nbsymphony.org.


Concert release date:
Saturday, April 10, 4pm

Franz Schubert: Fantasy in F Minor – piano duet
Louis Théodore Gouvy: Sonata No. 1 in C Major – piano duet
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet

Yaniv Dinur, piano
Janice Weber, piano
Jesse Holstein, violin
Leo Eguchi, cello

A few fastballs and a pair of home runs!

Due to overwhelming demand following their recent Holiday Pops appearance, Yaniv Dinur joins Janice Weber for two keyboard classics, Schubert’s ineffable F Minor Fantasy and the goofy, groovy Gouvy Sonata in C Major. Maestro Dinur then returns alone to the piano bench for the brooding and majestic Brahms Trio No. 3 in C Minor with Jesse Holstein, violin, and Leo Eguchi, cello.

Tickets $20 per household and available for purchase until 3pm on April 10, 2021.


Concert release date:
Saturday, May 15, 4pm

Bohuslav Martinu: Piano Quartet No. 1, H. 287
Francis Poulenc: Violin Sonata
Dame Ethel Smyth: String Quartet in E Major, Op. 1

Jesse Holstein, violin
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
Anna Griffis, viola
Leo Eguchi, cello
Janice Weber, piano

A garden of musical delights.

Spring busts out all over in an ebullient program featuring Martinu’s jazzy Piano Quartet No. 1, written shortly after his 1941 arrival in America, and Poulenc’s sole Violin Sonata, composed in memory of the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca. Our season ends with String Quartet No. 1 by the indomitable Dame Ethel Smyth, an early suffragette whose works are finally gaining worldwide recognition for their evocation of a turbulent age.

Tickets $20 per household and available for purchase until 3pm on May 15, 2021.

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