The Maybeck Studio

The Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts is a small performance space located in a private home in the Berkeley hills, built in 1914 by Bernard Maybeck. The studio has a rich tradition of musical performances dating back nearly 100 years.

The Studio hosts occasional public events. Subscribe to our mailing list to be invited.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Paul Hanson and Greg Johnson of Glass Brick Boulevard


Join us for a jazz duo performance by Paul Hanson and Greg Johnson.

Paul Hanson is a Bay Area-bred, world-renowned jazz bassoonist and saxophonist known for his diverse career with artists such as Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Cirque Du Soleil, DAVKA, St Josephs Ballet, Zenith Patrol, The Klezmorim, Paul Dresher Ensemble, Jonas Hellborg, Dennis Chambers, Eddie Money (sax soloist on "Take Me Home Tonight") and Boz Scaggs.

Composer and pianist Greg Johnson grew up in the Midwest listening to Gospel, Motown and Beethoven. In the early seventies, bands like Yes, The Who, and Pink Floyd began shaping the road that with the inclusion of Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Weather Report and others led to a compositional exploration that eventually began combining all of the influences and produced Glass Brick Boulevard.

In 2013 after a hiatus, Glass Brick Boulevard reformed with founder, composer Greg Johnson-piano, Rob Fordyce-bass, Paul Hanson-bassoon, and Celso Alberti-drums to create a one of a kind original contemporary jazz power quartet with a delicate touch that will make you dance and make you cry all in the same night.

"If Beethoven came back as Seal, we'd be back up band"

Paul Hanson and Greg Johnson of Glass Brick Boulevard
Sunday, December 7, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Travis Callison & Morgan Bolender

Join us for a double bill featuring singer-songwriters Travis Callison and Morgan Bolender.




Travis Callison is a Berkeley based producer, singer/songwriter, guitarist and EDM DJ. Drawing on a wide spectrum of musical stylings from blues to hip-hop to drum and bass to folk, he is a unique talent. "Unplugging" for this performance — with only acoustic guitar — his inquiring, heartfelt and infectious songs thrive under the austerity, and move in transcendent directions with a joy and urgency.

Morgan Bolender feels most honest when she's singing. Listening to her songs is like being carried down a gentle river whose depth and clarity leave you refreshed and inspired. Her voice and lyrics come from deep within the heart, evoking a fully embodied love that artfully captures the vulnerability of the human experience. A self-taught artist, she draws influence from her years of worldwide travel as well as the nuances of everyday life and relationships. She currently lives and loves in Oakland, California but music is her home wherever she goes.

Travis Callison and Morgan Bolender at the Maybeck Studio

Sunday, November 23, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Sony Holland




Sony Holland has headlined concerts at many of the premier jazz clubs and festivals in the U.S. and Asia, working with top musicians in every setting from quartet to Big Band. Her bell-toned voice and stylish delivery has won over fans and critics wherever she goes. Since relocating back to San Francisco last November, Sony has been unquestionably one of the Bay Area’s hardest working singers. Along with her guitarist/husband, Jerry Holland, she has held down a 3-night per/week residency at the J.W. Marriott Union Square and filled in the rest of her calendar with performances all over NorCal.

Sony loves the heavy schedule. “Performing is the reward for all of the hard work I do every day in preparation,” she says. “It is very satisfying to move people with a song.” As Joshua Klipp of the Bay Area Reporter writes, “No matter how near or far we sat from Sony, it was always as if she sang just to us. Every song felt fresh and personal. There was no sense of repetition, only warmth, joy, and Sony's profound desire to give her gift to anyone who would listen.” 

Sony's band is:
Sony Holland, vocals
Jerry Holland, guitar
Seward McCain, bass
Alan Hall, drums
Sony Holland at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, September 7, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Live Recording Session with the Delphi Trio


Join us for an extraordinary live recording session with the Delphi Trio at the Maybeck Studio.

Praised for “…spot-on ensemble playing and a beautifully blended sound…” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “…rich, committed string tone, dazzling pianism, rhythmic flexibility, and risky tempi…” (Sarasota Herald Tribune) the  Delphi Trio has become a powerfully eloquent voice in the world of chamber music.

Program:
Franz Joseph Haydn..........Trio in C, Hob. XV:27
Allegro - Andante - Presto

Anton Arensky..........Trio in d minor, Op. 32
Allegro moderato - Scherzo, Allegro molto - Elegia, Adagio - Finale, Allegro non troppo

The same program will be performed on each of two afternoons.

Live Recording Session: The Delphi Trio at the Maybeck
Sunday, August 10, 2014, 3:00pm. Click to reserve for August 10.
Sunday, August 31, 2014, 3:00pm. Click to reserve for August 31.
Suggested Donation: $20 at the door.
Seating is limited. Online reservations are required.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Jaynee Park, Violin


Join us for an exciting violin recital by Jaynee 재연 Park.


Program

Violin sonata no. 1, Op. 13 in A Major..........Gabriel Fauré
Allegro molto - Andante - Allegro vivo - Allegro quasi presto

Intermission

Violin concerto in a minor, op. 82 ..........Alexander Glazunov
Moderato - Andante sostenuto - Piu animato - Allegro

Jaynee (Jae Yeon) Park began studying the violin at the age of 3, influenced by her mother and sister. After a few years at UC Berkeley, she decided to pursue a career in violin performance and transferred to the Eastman School of Music. Jaynee is currently studying under the guidance of Professor Ayano Ninomiya. A recipient of the Howard Hanson scholarship, Jaynee will be completing a B.M. in violin performance this year.

Karen Rosenak, pianist, has just retired as senior lecturer in musicianship at UC Berkeley where she had taught since 1990. She studied piano with Carlo Bussotti and Nate Schwartz, and fortepiano with Margaret Fabrizio. While teaching full time at UCB, she also served as pianist and founding member of Earplay, San Francisco-based new music ensemble, and the Empyrean Ensemble at UC Davis, and has performed with other Bay Area new music ensembles, including Left Coast and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players.

Jaynee Park at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, August 17, 2014, 3:00pm
The performance is free, but seating is limited.
Get your required online reservation here.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Mayumi Kanagawa, violin


We are excited to host a recital by extraordinary young violinist, Mayumi Kanagawa, accompanied by beloved Berkeley pianist Miles Graber.  The concert is presented in conjunction with California Music Center, which produces the annual Irving M. Klein International String Competition.

Mayumi, now age 19, was the 1st Prize winner of the Klein Competition in 2011 and, more recently, the 1st Prize winner of the 2013 Jascha Heifetz Competition.

Program:

Sonata No. 2 in a minor..........Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Grave - Andante - Allegro

Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano..........Alfred Schnittke (1934-1988)
Andante - Allegretto - Largo - Allegretto

Six Polyphonic Studies No. 6, theme and variations on "The Last Rose of Summer"
..........Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1812-1865)

Intermission

Caprice No. 4..........Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840)

Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 3 Op. 108..........Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Allegro - Adagio - Un poco presto e con sentimento - Presto agitato

Mayumi Kanagawa at the Maybeck Studio
Monday, August 11, 2014, 7:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.


Sunday, August 10, 2014

Live Recording Session with the Delphi Trio


Join us for an extraordinary live recording session with the Delphi Trio at the Maybeck Studio.


Praised for “…spot-on ensemble playing and a beautifully blended sound…” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “…rich, committed string tone, dazzling pianism, rhythmic flexibility, and risky tempi…” (Sarasota Herald Tribune) the  Delphi Trio has become a powerfully eloquent voice in the world of chamber music.

Program:
Franz Joseph Haydn..........Trio in C, Hob. XV:27
Allegro - Andante - Presto

Anton Arensky..........Trio in d minor, Op. 32
Allegro moderato - Scherzo, Allegro molto - Elegia, Adagio - Finale, Allegro non troppo

The same program will be performed on each of two afternoons.

Live Recording Session: The Delphi Trio at the Maybeck
Sunday, August 10, 2014, 3:00pm. Click to reserve for August 10.
Sunday, August 31, 2014, 3:00pm. Click to reserve for August 31.
Suggested Donation: $20 at the door.
Seating is limited. Online reservations are required.


Friday, August 1, 2014

Skinny Lips and the Sound Malfunction



Skinny Lips and the Sound Malfunction is a classically trained trombone quartet with a vision to revive the variety hour. Our goal is to make audiences listen, laugh, and participate by combining instrumental music and sketch comedy. The show is designed to demonstrate how we connect with music and encourage our audience to do the same. This is NOT your grandparent's classical music. We're taking the important legacy we've been given to a new, exciting, and inclusive direction! Be a part of our journey!

Skinny Lips and the Sound Malfunction at the Maybeck Studio
Friday, August 1, 2014, 7:00pm

Suggested Donation: $15 at the door 

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Jesse Rimler / Jameson Swanagon


Join us for a double bill featuring intimate performances by two solo performers: singer-songwriter Jesse Rimler and guitarist Jameson Swanagon.

Jesse Rimler is a singer-songwriter and pianist based in Oakland. He is best known as lead singer and songwriter for the band Kapowski. He now performs solo under his own name. Rimler's songwriting is influenced by early Tin Pan Alley songwriters, plus later greats such as Van Dyke Parks, Randy Newman and Judee Sill. Secret Password / My Elevator Story, the first in a series of singles, was released in March of 2014. Rimler also plays in the bands Religious Phase and Mappy.

Jameson Swanagon is a guitarist, autoharpist, and improviser living in the Bay Area. He has recorded for New World and Brushfire Records and performed with Anthony Coleman, Release the Sunbird, and Grand Lake. A graduate of the New England Conservatory, his music has been described by the Bay Bridged as "A lesson in intricate, elegant guitar work."

Jesse Rimler and Jameson Swanagon at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, July 27, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested Donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Image credits: Danae Swanagon/Jesse Rimler

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Jesse Olsen Bay: "Makings"


Composer/multi-instrumentalist Jesse Olsen Bay celebrates the album release of Makings, a song cycle based on unpublished writings by his grandmother, acclaimed author/activist Tillie Olsen. Jesse is known as part of the eclectic folk duo Ramon & Jessica, as well as for his frequent collaborations with dance and theater. In Makings, Jesse accompanies himself on guitar, percussion, piano, toy instruments and found objects, weaving Tillie's words into a tapestry of vivid emotion and imagery.

Read more about Makings on Jesse's site.

Jesse Olsen Bay at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, July 13, 2014, 3:00pm
Donations will be requested.
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Mr. Joy


Mr. Joy is a quartet of like-minded improvisers and composers who have come together to pay tribute to the great pianist Paul Bley as well as the often overlooked composers Carla Bley and Annette Peacock. The music presents the unique challenge of navigating tricky and often counter-intuitive melodies and harmonies while using the song forms as spring boards for improvisation.  in addition to the Bley and Peacock songs, each member of the band will be presenting an original composition.

Mr. Joy is:
Ben Goldberg-clarinet
Michael Coleman-piano
Rob Adkins-bass
Smith Dobson-drums
Mr. Joy at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, July 6, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested Donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.


Friday, June 27, 2014

Reply to a Dead Man, with Steven Anthony Jones and the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble


Laurie San Martin's new composition for actor and musicians  is inspired by Walter Mosley's work of fiction, Reply to a Dead Man, with text performed by Lorraine Hansberry Theater's Director Steven Anthony Jones.

Through music and narrative, audiences will experience an introspective view of the transformation of the main character, Roger Vaness, after an unexpected visitor arrives with a letter from his departed brother. After reading the letter, Vaness notes, "I could have sat there and guessed for a hundred years and never come up with what my brother had to say."

Mosley reveals Vaness' relationships and decisions through ruminations, conversations with a variety of unexpected characters, and a series of life-changing letters, written and read.

Reply to a Dead Man
at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts 
Friday, June 27, 2014, 7:00pm
$30 suggested donation. Limited seating. Get your required online reservation here.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Gold Duo: Joseph Gold - violin, Raphael Gold - viola


The Gold Duo will perform a delightful concert on June 22. Both life-long musicians, violinist Joseph Gold and violist Raphael Gold have played in orchestras, classical music festivals, and solo performances around the world. All proceeds will benefit the Gold Duo’s Musical Arts Project:
“We believe that music is an integral part of education. As music educators by profession, we feel it our duty to share the joys of music with East Bay students. The project is didactic. Each “lesson” begins with a performance that engages youth to listen carefully and analyze what they hear, what they see, and how it makes them feel. The students then break into small groups for activities that include playing a violin, exploring a violin’s “raw materials,” and experimenting with the vibrations of a taught string and tuning fork. Our goal is to inspire kids to pursue a lifetime love of the musical arts – either as performers or as enthusiastic listeners. We thank you for your contributions and hope you enjoy the concert!”
Program:

Canonic duo...............Cristoforo Caresana (1640-1709)
Canonic duo................Gregorio Strozzi (1615-1687)
Two part Inventions.............J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Duet Op. 69 #1, C Major......................Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831)
Two Jewish Duets by Riccardo Joshua Moretti (1951-)
Ebraica - Eretz
Oblivion.................Astor Piazzola (1921-1992)
Grand Duo Concertante...............Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841)

Gold Duo at the Maybeck Studio
Sunday, June 22, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door. 
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.


Raphael Gold, violist
A native of the Bay Area, Raphael plays extensively throughout the region in several orchestras and chamber groups.  He began studying the violin at age four with his mom, Debbie Dare.  He has since studied with Bob Slaughter, Beth Gibson, and Don Ehrlich.  He has participated in several international music festivals, including in Spain, Austria, Nicaragua, Mexico, and New York.  Raphael lived in Mexico's Yucatan state for six years, where he was a member of the Yucatan State Symphony Orchestra, and toured extensively throughout Mexico.  There, in an effort to bring classical music to disadvantaged communities, he performed chamber music in correctional facilities, retirement homes, and church-run rehabilitation centers.  These experiences grew into a passion, which Raphael brought with him when he returned to California in 2012.  He launched the Musical Arts Project, and now regularly performs exciting didactic concerts in schools, transitional housing facilities, and other venues.

Joseph Gold, violinist
Joseph Gold began playing the violin at the age of eight.  In his youth, he studied with violinists Grisha Golubov and Henry Fisher.  A graduate of the University of Southern California, Joseph had the privilege of being coached by the great Jascha Heifetz.  Joseph is an enthusiastic proponent of the “romantic revival” of Nineteenth Century music.  He is a widely respected author, lecturer, and critic.  Mr. Gold’s numerous publications include his book, Paganini’s Art of Violin Playing, as well as many transcriptions and original compositions.  Although steeped in the tradition of the Romantic style, he is a versatile musician who has premiered and championed many Twentieth Century compositions while maintaining a large Baroque repertoire.  He has soloed in dozens of countries, including Spain, Germany, Austria, Italy, Bulgaria, Nicaragua, Taiwan, Japan, and the Philippines.

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Rebecca Griffin Quartet

Jazz vocalist Rebecca Griffin brings a rich, sultry sound to creative arrangements that put a new spin on jazz standards and reinvent pop/rock songs for a jazz setting.

Rebecca Griffin, vocals
Michael Coleman, piano
Eric Vogler, bass
Rob Ewing, drums 

Rebecca Griffin Quartet at the Maybeck Studio
Saturday, June 14, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door
Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Rebecca grew up in Springvale, Maine, and immediately took to performing everywhere from community theater productions to school choirs to impromptu neighborhood shows in backyards, porches and basements. When a taste of Ella Fitzgerald sparked a love for jazz, Rebecca attended the University of New Hampshire and received a B.A. In Music Performance.

After graduation, she was excited to dive into the Bay Area jazz scene, and studied vocal performance and arranging at The Jazzschool in Berkeley. In 2006, she released Live at Kelly's, recorded at one of her live performances at Kelly's of Alameda. As she navigated the local jazz scene, she connected with pianist Michael Coleman, bassist Eric Vogler and drummer Rob Ewing, developing an exciting musical rapport and inspiring new creativity in approaching the jazz vocal repertoire.

In 2013, the Rebecca Griffin Quartet released their debut studio album, featuring Rebecca's original arrangements of jazz standards, lesser known discoveries from the jazz catalogue, and music by Radiohead, Jeff Buckley, John Lennon and more. 

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Dan Zemelman/Erik Jekabson Duo


Dan Zemelman and Erik Jekabson perform duo at the fabulous Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts in north Berkeley!

Erik and Dan have been performing together for over 10 years in Erik's bands, in Dan's bands, in other people's bands. Only once before have they performed as a duo (at the Pacifica Performances Concert Series).  So it is with great pleasure that we present this concert...

Please join us for this at one of THE best small concert halls in the country - The Maybeck Hall - where so so many wonderful "Live at The Maybeck" concerts were recorded on Concord Records - right here in our backyard!

Erik and Dan speak the same language.  And they both have a special way of playing jazz, weaving through melodies and improvisation in very masterful and often fun and surprising ways. On this afternoon, they will share some of their favorite songs as well as some of their own recent compositions.

Come join us for what will surely be a perfect space for an intimate jazz duet on a lovely Sunday afternoon!

Dan Zemelman/Erik Jekabson Duo
at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts
Sunday, June 1, 2014, 4:30pm
$20 suggested donation at the door


This is a VERY limited seating event. If you are interested in attending, get your required online reservation here.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

John Burke & Michael Jones, Piano and Violin


Join us for a sparkling afternoon of chamber music with John Burke and Michael Jones.

Program:

Johannes Brahms: Violin-Piano Sonata #3 in D minor, Op. 108
Allegro (Moderato) - Adagio - Un poco presto e con sentimento - Presto agitato
W. A. Mozart: Violin-Piano Sonata in B flat major, KV 378
Allegro Moderato - Andante sostenuto e cantabile - Rondo: Allegro

INTERMISSION

J. S. Bach: Violin-Keyboard Sonata #4 in C minor BWV 1017
Largo - Allegro - Adagio - Allegro
William Bolcom: Graceful Ghost Rag (Concert Variation)

Michael Jones, violin
John Burke, piano

Mike Jones studied with Jorja Fleezanis and Andor Toth. With John Burke and cellist Gwyneth Davis, he was a longtime member of the piano trio I Gatti Freschi. He is second violinist of the Jupiter String Quartet, of which he was a founder.

John Burke studied with Irwin Freundlich in New York and took part in the Bay Area bebop scene between 1958 and 1963. He was the pianist in I Gatti Freschi and has accompanied local mezzo-sopranos Elliott (Elspeth) Franks and Sonia Gariaeff. He is currently a student of Belle Bulwinkle.

John Burke & Michael Jones
at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 3:00pm
Suggested donation: $15 at the door ($10 seniors and students)
Seating is limited. Click here for your required online reservation.


Saturday, May 17, 2014

Monica Pasqual and the Handsome Brunettes

Monica Pasqual and the Handsome Brunettes will be performing at the Maybeck Studio on May 17 at 3:00pm, as a fundraising event supporting the production of their new album, Is Fortune a Wheel?

Here's Monica singing Down by the Mill in the Studio back in February.

After 13 years of playing, recording and touring, the band Blame Sally decided it might be time to take a bit of a rest. The last thing that pianist and songwriter Monica Pasqual expected was to find herself spearheading a new project, but then she met cellist Josh McClain and found the prospect somewhat irresistible.

A recent transplant from the greater Chicago area, Josh McClain “wields his cello like a post-impressionists brush”. Together Pasqual and McClain create a big, emotionally complex sound rich in dynamics, moving easily from quiet fragility to unrestrained propulsion. Monica’s lyrics run the gambit from intense introspection to incisive social commentary, from lush romanticism to clear-eyed scrutiny. The two of them are often joined by percussionist, Pam Delgado and guitarist, Velvy Appleton. Pasqual is the winner of 6 Emmy Awards and several Independent Music Awards.

Monica Pasqual and the Handsome Brunettes 
at the Maybeck Studio
Saturday, May 17, 2014, 3:00pm
Seating is limited.
For your ticket, just contribute to Monica's New Album Project on Indiegogo. Specify "May 17 Concert Ticket" as your perk - it's the top "Featured" perk in the right column.

"Like Joni Mitchell and Rickie Lee Jones, San Francisco's own Monica Pasqual proves that strong songwriting and stirring singing will take comand of just about any stylistic setting."
-Derk Richardson, San Francisco Bay Guardian

"You do not listen to Monica Pasqual’s songs lightly. They stir you, they stab you, they create images of Spain and pain and joy and mountains and the Mediterranean and most importantly, of the contours of the human heart. Pasqual is best known as the soaring voice, crystal clear piano and modulated accordion in the band Blame Sally ... Of mixed American and Spanish heritage, she can mesmerize you in both languages. She knows how to craft lyrics that can simultaneously break your heart and sink permanently into your mind.”
–Patrick O’Heffernen, Vents Magazine

Saturday, April 26, 2014

East Bay Musical Chairs

East Bay Musical Chairs (EBMC) is a group of like-minded volunteer amateur musicians with various backgrounds and musical training. They like playing, sharing, and making music together with folks who welcome and appreciate the musical experience.

Members of EBMC will perform at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts on April 26.

East Bay Musical Chairs
at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 4:00pm (Note corrected time!)
The performance is free, but seating for the general public is very limited. Get your required online reservation here.

Read more about East Bay Musical Chairs here.
Read the program here.

The Naumburg Winners Trio

The Maybeck Studio, in conjunction with the California Music Center, is proud to host past winners of the prestigious Naumburg Prize and Klein Competition in an evening of chamber music.

The Naumburg Winners Trio
featuring
Frank Huang, violin (Klein Competition 1st Prize 1999; Naumburg 1st Prize 2003) 
David Requiro, cello (Klein Competition 1st Prize 2006; Naumburg 1st Prize 2008) 
Gilles Vonsattel, piano (Naumburg 1st Prize 2002)

Program
Haydn: Piano Trio in A Major, Hob. XV:18
Schumann: Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 63
Brahms: Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87

The Naumburg Winners Trio
Saturday, April 26, 8pm
The Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts, Berkeley 
Tickets: $75/person
To purchase tickets, please call 415.252.1122 or email info@kleincompetition.org.

For more information, please visit the California Music Center's website.


Friday, April 4, 2014

Humboldt State University Faculty Chamber Music Tour


Faculty of the wonderful music program at Humboldt State University will present a delightful evening of chamber music on Friday, April 4.
 
Serenade for two violins and viola op. 12     Zoltan Kodály (1882-1967)

Cindy Moyer, violin
Terrie Baune, violin
Karen Davy, viola

Images Oubliées     Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Lent (mélancolique et doux)
Quelques aspects de Nous n'irons plus au bois parce qu’il fait un temps

Daniela Mineva, Piano

Sonata for violin and piano #2 in G major     Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Allegretto

Terrie Baune, violin
Daniela Mineva, piano

Choral and Variations     Henri Dutilleux (1916-2013)
Daniela Mineva, piano

Trio for violin, viola and piano, op.115     Robert Fuchs (1847-1927)
Allegro molto moderato

Cindy Moyer, violin
Karen Davy, viola
Daniela Mineva, piano

Humboldt State University Faculty Chamber Music Tour
at the Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts
Friday, April 4, 7:00 PM 
Tickets are free but seating is limited. Click here for your required online reservation.