2021-2022

South Coast

Chamber Music Series

Janice Weber, Artistic Director

South Coast Chamber Music Series

2021-2022 

HELLO AGAIN

In celebration of its return to the concert stage, South Coast Chamber Music offers a season of discovery and homage, traversing repertoire from the revered past to works in tune with our turbulent age. Tenor Frank Kelley returns with Schubert lieder while NBSO musicians Timothy Macri and Nicholas Brown join our core ensemble for forays into the music of lesser known, but stunningly memorable, creators. Join us for remarkable adventure!

Saturdays:

St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church,

124 Front Steet, Marion, MA

Sundays:

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church,

351 Elm Street, South Dartmouth, MA

Please note our health safety protocol for the 2021-2022 season:

The South Coast Chamber Music Series will comply with all church safety requirements for the 2021-22 concert season, including the following:

All staff, musicians, and audience members will wear masks
Six feet social distancing will be maintained in the audience between household groups
Hand sanitizer will be provided and used by everyone entering the building

We would also like you to know that all musicians, staff, and contractors entering the buildings will be vaccinated.

Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door. Capacity at St. Gabriel’s is currently limited to 70 people.  Capacity at St. Peter’s is currently limited to 40 people. If circumstances change, we will adjust ticket inventory accordingly. 

SCHUBERTIADE

October 2, 4 PM, Marion

October 3, 4 PM, South Dartmouth – SOLD OUT

Franz Schubert

Moments Musicaux, D. 780

A Selection of Lieder

Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat, D. 898

Frank Kelley, tenor
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
Shay Rudolph, cello
Janice Weber, piano

Celebrating a return to live music and our even livelier audience!

Many thanks to Patty Plum Wylde, whose generous Gift of Music has made Schubertiade and its video recording possible. She dedicates her gift to thank all Covid caregivers and to honor the many musicians who have been silenced due to the pandemic.

 

RICOCHET

November 20, 4 PM, Marion – SOLD OUT

November 21, 4 PM, South Dartmouth – SOLD OUT

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581

Igor Stravinsky L’Histoire du soldat

Gabriel Faure Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 15

EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
David Rubin, violin
Anna Griffis, viola
Leo Eguchi, cello
Nick Brown, clarinet
Janice Weber, piano

Three centuries, three knockouts

SOLACE

January 29, 4 PM, Marion

January 30, 4 PM, South Dartmouth – SOLD OUT

Joseph Haydn String Quartet Op. 33 No. 4 in B-flat

Tanya Anisimova Icelandic Ballade for Cello & Piano

Edward Elgar Piano Quintet in A Minor, Op. 84

Ethan Wood, violin
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
Anna Griffis, viola
Leo Eguchi, cello
Janice Weber, piano

Midwinter embers aglow

AMERICA!

March 12, 4 PM, Marion

March 13, 4 PM, South Dartmouth – SOLD OUT

Jennifer Higdon Piano Trio

Undine Smith Moore Afro-American Suite

Leo Sowerby Trio for Flute, Viola and Piano

Gabriela Lena Frank Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout

Timothy Macri, flute
Ethan Wood, violin
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
Anna Griffis, viola
Leo Eguchi, cello
Janice Weber, piano

Four all-American fireworks

DIVINE FIRE

April 30, 4 PM, Marion

May 1, 4 PM, South Dartmouth – SOLD OUT

Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson String Quartet

Rebecca Clarke Morpheus

Antonin Leopold Dvořák Piano Quintet in No. 2 in A Major, Op. 81

Ethan Wood, violin
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin
Anna Griffis, viola
Leo Eguchi, cello
Janice Weber, piano

Two Bohemians and a polymath

Please note: Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door. Capacity will be limited at both locations, household groups will be seated 6 feet apart, and masks are required.

The South Coast Chamber Music Series (SCCMS) was formed to present high-quality classical chamber music for the communities of Southeastern Massachusetts. SCCMS held its first subscription series concert on October 20, 2001. Since then, we have performed composers from Bach, Brahms, and Ravel to present-day masters Takemitsu and Piston. Each program presents an engaging array of styles, timbres, and artists in lively acoustic environments in Marion and South Dartmouth. We joined forces with the NBSO in 2014, giving both organizations an opportunity to expand in all directions—more concerts, more musicians, and more music—and are thrilled to connect with our loyal and growing audience.

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