Rhapsody in "2" with the M2 Duo

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Rhapsody in "2" with the M2 Duo

A one-hour house concert in a private Riverside residence with a wine reception to follow featuring a world premier and Rhapsody in Blue

By Charlotte House Series

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, April 15 · 3:30 - 6pm CDT


To be announced

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

The Charlotte House Series is thrilled to welcome Kansas City M2 Duo partners Nick May and Maya Tuylieva to make their Series debut on April 15th. M2 Duo has been described as "...two incredible musicians, who perform as one voice" and has performed for audiences since 2018, concertizing across the country, including recent and notable performances at Carnegie Hall. The duo currently collaborates with a diverse range of modern composers, regularly commissioning, promoting, and premiering new compositions for saxophone and piano. The duo is excited to premier Peter Dayton's Sonata, which was commissioned by the Charlotte House Series specifically for M2 Duo.

Please visit charlottemusic.org/m2duo to learn more about Nick and Maya.


Flitz Quip - Evan Boegehold (1988 - )

Fantaisie sur des motifs du 'Der Freischütz' - Jerome Savari (1819 - 1870)

Rhapsodie - Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)

Belger - Suhan Tuyliyev (1956 - )

Sonata - Peter Dayton (1990 - )

*World Premiere

Rhapsody in Blue - George Gershwin (1898 - 1937)

arr. Jun Nagao


A private Riverside residence in North Kansas City

Guests will be emailed address details the week of the concert


3:30 - 3:55 - Arrive and mingle

4:00 - Concert

5:00 - 6:00 - Performer meet & greet 

A wine reception with light hors d'oeuvres will be provided during the performer meet & greet


Attire: Cocktail Chic

Parking: Street parking is available within the surrounding neighborhood

About the organizer

The Charlotte House Series connects musicians to the local community in homes throughout Kansas City, starting with one on Charlotte Street where it was founded. While aiming to provide a unique concert experience accessible to all audiences, the Series cherishes a music tradition that has seemingly been forgotten, that of a salon style in which music was often performed in small settings such as parlors or living rooms. Popular in Europe throughout much of the 19th century, the salon was not only a setting for musicians of the time to perform but also for composers themselves to showcase new works. Pieces performed in such spaces regularly featured a high degree of virtuosity and showmanship, and the intimate nature of such venues was conducive to an elegance and nostalgia found in much of the other music of the era as well. Through attending concerts in living rooms and intimate spaces we hope you enjoy a new way of experiencing music, the old way.

We invite you to join us for an upcoming concert!

The Charlotte House Series is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization 

$25 – $70