For Immediate Release
Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013
New partnership between Oakland University, Chamber Music Society of Detroit to welcome outstanding performances
Rochester, Mich. – Oakland University is delighted to announce a
prestigious new partnership with the renowned Chamber Music Society of
Detroit and the launch of the Chamber Music Society of Detroit at
Oakland University series, featuring four Sunday concerts.
The Chamber Music Society of Detroit is entering its 70th season and
brings to Oakland University a well-established reputation as one of the
leading chamber music presenting organizations in the world. This new
concert series, presented in partnership with OU Music, Theatre and
Dance, features artists and ensembles of national and international
These affordably priced public concerts in Varner
Recital Hall offer an exciting opportunity to the community and region,
and all are welcome to attend. Varner Hall, on the OU campus, is
surrounded by ample free parking. Maps are available online at
oakland.edu/map/ or by typing Varner Hall into a smart phone.
|The Cavani Quartet
will perform at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013. These five
spectacular, Juilliard-trained musicians blend classical tradition and
improvisation, creating dynamic performances unlike anything else on the
concert stage today.
The Cavani Quartet will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3,
2013. The renowned, prize-winning quartet-in-residence at the Cleveland
Institute of Music has appeared in prestigious concert halls across the
country, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. Their program
includes quartets by Mozart, Bartók and Debussy.
|The Kyodai Brass Quintet
The Kyodai Brass Quintet
will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 9, 2014. This brass quintet
is known for eclectic programming, exciting performances, diverse
repertoire and a commitment to educating audiences of all ages.
Duo Sonidos will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 16,
2014. The acclaimed guitar and violin duo will perform a heterogeneous
program ranging from classical to contemporary selections rooted in
Tickets for each performance are $20 for
the general public and $10 for students. Tickets are available online,
by phone and in-person from Oakland University. See complete ticket
information at oakland.edu/tickets or call (248) 370-2030.
Tickets can also be purchased from the Chamber Music Society of Detroit by phone at (248) 855-6070 or online at chambermusicdetroit.org.
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The mission of the Chamber Music Society of Detroit is to present chamber musicians of international stature in acoustically outstanding
venues, to enrich the cultural life of the City of Detroit and the metropolitan area by promoting the appreciation of chamber music, and to communicate a positive image of the region through prominence in the international chamber music community. To learn
more, visit chambermusicdetroit.org.
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