Schubert's Trout Quintet with Susan Cahill, Double Bass
Sunday, May 6, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)
Cherry Hills Village, CO
Franz Schubert's glorious Quintet for Piano and Strings, D.667, op. 114- The Trout- is performed by the incomparable Susan Cahill, Double Bass, and CCP musicians, at the glorious acoustics of Bethany Lutheran Church.
Another Schubert masterpiece, the Arpeggione Sonata, will begin the program, in a wonderful arrangement for Double Bass and Piano.
Marc Shulgold, former music critic of the Rocky Mountain News and LA Times, will give a brief pre-concert talk at 6:30 p.m., included in the price of admission.
- Susan Cahill, Double Bass
- Andrew Cooperstock, Piano
- Barbara Hamilton-Primus, Artistic Director & Viola
- Mary Artmann, Guest Cellist
- David Waldman, Violinist
- Marc Shulgold, Lecturer
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Colorado Chamber Players
The award-winning Colorado Chamber Players, described as "Colorado's musical treasure" (Denver Post) has toured the USA, Brazil and Spain. The CCP performs 55+ concerts in the Denver Metro region. Sole recipient from 2000-2003 of Chamber Music America’s distinguished Long-Term Residency Award, the Chamber Players was Ensemble-In-Residence at the Mizel Center and with the Denver Young Artists Orchestra for eight years. Says the Boulder Camera of a January 2008 Messiaen performance: “Magnificently played!” The CCP was the only recipient of both the 2005 and 2008 Adams County SCFD’s Creativity Award; recipient of another Chamber Music America Residency in 2008-09 at Children’s Hospital; and was one of 2 recipients of the Hosokawa Fellowship in 2006. The CCP received a “Meet the Composer” award in March 2008, and hosted San Francisco composer Katrina Wreede. The CCP was awarded an Argosy Foundation Recording grant in June 2008 to record Bruce Adolphe’s “The Tiger’s Ear”, and recently learned it was chosen by the prestigious Copland Foundation (NYC) to receive an award. Colorado Public Radio has featured the CCP on over 60 broadcasts since August 2005. The CCP celebrates their 18th season of innovative chamber music in 2011-12.