Chamber Soloists of Detroit

With Best Inventions

Saturday, October 8th @ 7:30 PM

Program
Trio for Clarinet, Viola & Piano (‘Kegelstatt’) — W.A. Mozart
Black Boy Joy: Suite for Piano Quartet — Ryn Jorgensen
Duo for Viola and Cello — Astor Piazzolla
String Trio K. 471 — Franz Schubert
Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano, op. 114 — Johannes Brahms

While the word “invention” is a musical form, it also describes the discovery process that any composer engages in when creating a new piece of music. You are invited to join Chamber Soloists of Detroit as they return to Kerrytown Concert House this season to perform an intriguing program of music “invented” by Mozart, Brahms, Schubert, and Piazzolla – with a special premiere of the brilliant young Michigan composer Ryn Jorgensen’s HBO film score, “Black Boy Joy:” Suite for Piano Quartet. Kerrytown Concert House’s salon-style setting is the perfect match for CSD’s customary “Just Between Us” talk-back – where the artists look forward to engaging with the audience immediately following the concert.

About Chamber Soloists of Detroit
Chamber Soloists of Detroit has proudly created a tradition of presenting the area’s finest virtuosi in collaboration with emerging and renowned guest artists. Its vigorous pursuit of international outreach and touring opportunities enhances Detroit’s global image as a cultural leader. Now in its ninth season, Chamber Soloists of Detroit has established itself as a major presence in metropolitan Detroit and beyond, already fulfilling its mission to serve as artistic ambassador for the culturally rich city of Detroit, once known as the “Paris of the West.” Performances in Canada and Germany have paved the way for CSD’s much anticipated European concert tour in November of 2021, with debut performances at the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam and other prestigious venues. Read more on the CSD website.

KCH’s Classical Salon presentations are generously supported in part by Genre Underwriters, Maurice & Linda Binkow.

COVID-19 Policy for Indoor Concerts at Kerrytown Concert House

  • Masks are strongly encouraged and available as needed.
  • Please do not attend a performance if you are feeling ill or have any symptoms of COVID-19.
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