Festival 2013 Schedule

Your guide to the 2013 Austin Chamber Music Festival

The 2013 Austin Chamber Music Festival runs July 12-28, with concerts Friday-Saturday, 7:30pm; Sunday, 3pm, at various locations. For information, visit www.austinchambermusic.org.


WEEK ONE

July 12: St. Petersburg String Quartet
Program: Tchaikovsky, Nadarejshvili, Shostakovich. 7:30pm, Northwest Hills United Methodist Church, 7050 Village Center.

July 13: Victoire
Program: Works by Victoire member Missy Mazzoli. 7:30pm, Antone's, 2015 E. Riverside.

July 14: Vienna Piano Trio
Program: Schubert, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns. 3pm, Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman.


WEEK TWO

July 19: Awadagin Pratt, piano
Program: Chopin, Schubert, Kodaly, Scarlatti, Hersch, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Couperin. 7:30pm, Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman.

July 20: Badi Assad, guitar
Program: Music from her new CD, Between Love and Luck. 7:30pm, Church of Glad Tidings, 2700 Northland.

July 21: Eroica Trio
Program: Bach, Piazzolla, Gershwin, Brahms. 3pm, Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman.


WEEK THREE

July 26: Miró Quartet with Michelle Schumann
Program: Schubert, Puccini, Beethoven, Elgar. 7:30pm, Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman.

July 27: Time for Three
Program will be announced from the stage and could contain anything from Bach and Beethoven to Bill Monroe, Leonard Cohen, and Katy Perry. 7:30pm, Antone's, 2015 E. Riverside.

July 28: Aeolus Quartet with workshop artists
Program: Beethoven, Spohr. 3pm, Bates Recital Hall, 2406 Robert Dedman.

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