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Announcing our 2024 2025 Season!

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September 15, 4pm
Zhu Wang, piano

program coming soon

Praised as “especially impressive” and “a thoughtful, sensitive performer” who “balanced lyrical warmth and crisp clarity” (Tommasini – The New York Times), pianist Zhu Wang was awarded First Prize in the 2020 Young Concert Artists Susan Wadsworth International Auditions. He is also the first prize winner of the 2nd Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for Young Musicians, 4th Manhattan International Music Competition, Hilton Head Young Artist Piano Competition, the Juilliard Gina Bachauer International Scholarship Piano Competition, and the Juilliard Mieczyslaw Munz Scholarship. In 2019, Zhu was one of three finalists in the Clara Haskil International Piano Competition.
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November 17, 4pm
Callisto Quartet

Mozart: String Quartet in D Major K. 575
Reena Esmail: String Quartet (Ragamala)
Dvorak: "American" Quartet op. 96
Praised for their “lush intensity and bravado” and the “cohesion and intonation one might expect from an ensemble twice their age” (Third Coast Review), the American-Canadian Callisto Quartet has garnered top prizes in nearly every major international chamber music competition and has been hailed by audiences across the globe. Grand Prize winners of the 2018 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and Second Prize Winners of the 2019 Banff International String Quartet Competition.
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February 9, 2025, 4pm
Gabriel Cabezas, cello

Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 2
Jessie Montgomery: Prelude
Allison Loggins-Hull: Stolen
Alyssa Weinberg: shimmer, from Pieces of Light
Paul Wiancko: Sonata for Cello and Piano no. 1 "Shifting Baselines"
Barber: Cello Sonata
Included in the Washington Post's "23 for 23: Composers and performers to watch his year" the Chicago Tribune has called Cabezas "nothing short of brilliant, his musicianship soulful and probing.

A prolific and sought-after soloist and collaborator, Gabriel has appeared with America’s finest symphony orchestras, including those of Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland and New York, and has premiered dozens of new works by some of the most brilliant composers of his time.
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October 6, 4pm
Steph Davis, marimba
memory & will
(with violin & bass clarinet)

memory & will looks to the past and imagines the future from an Afrocentric gaze. Where the first half is concerned with the liberating power of traditional African balafon music and African-American spirituals, the second half ushers in a new, Afrofuturist aesthetic representing the imaginative sonic world of tomorrow.

Included in the Washington Post's "23 for 23: Composers and performers to watch his year" composer and marimbist Steph Davis is engaged in deep explorations of acoustic and historical resonance. A crisp, controlled performer, Davis brings bright humanity and expressive depth to contemporary pieces, and has created thoughtful, captivating arrangements of spirituals.
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January 12, 4pm
Neave Trio

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Five Negro Melodies for Piano Trio
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8
Maurice Ravel: Piano Trio in A minor
Since forming in 2010, GRAMMY®–nominated Neave Trio – violinist Anna Williams, cellist Mikhail Veselov, and pianist Eri Nakamura – has earned enormous praise for its engaging, cutting-edge performances.
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March 30, 2025, pm
Kinan Azmeh & Claremont Trio

Khatchaturian: Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano
Kinan Azmen: New Work for piano trio Commissioned by the Skaneateles Festival
Kinan Azmeh: On Solitude and Other Ambiguous Emotions
Brahms: Trio in C Major, Op. 87
Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh is a “spellbinding” performer (New Yorker), and his works have been commissioned by the New York Philharmonic and the Silkroad Ensemble, of which he is a member. The Claremont Trio performs a new work by Azmeh, commissioned by the Skaneateles Festival, and he joins them on clarinet for Khatchaturian’s rousing Trio and his own clarinet quartet; the Trio ends the program with Brahms’ rich and ravishing Trio in C Major.

 

Ashmont Hill Chamber Music is pleased to participate in the Card to Culture program, a collaboration between Mass Cultural Council and the Department of Transitional Assistance, the Massachusetts Health Connector, and the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.

We offer $3 tickets to all concerts to EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare cardholders. See the full list of participating organizations offering EBTWIC, and ConnectorCare discounts.

Violinist Randall Goosby with Project STEP violist Nathan Theodore, performing the Rondeau from Mozart's Duet No. 1 in G major for violin and viola, from our concert on February 13, 2022.        

"It was a treat to be in such intimate surroundings with the Borromeo Quartet . . Given the location within a stone’s throw of a Red Line stop, reasonably easy parking, and great acoustics, Peabody Hall and Ashmont Hill Chamber Music deserve repeat visits." 

Boston Music Intelligencer

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