Upcoming Performances

Purchase tickets now for the 2022-23 season. Enjoy complimentary admission to the Art Gallery of Hamilton with any performance hosted by Chamber Music Hamilton.

Doors open at 1:30pm.

NOV

13

Lafayette String Quartet


2:00PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton Tanenbaum Pavilion 123 King Street West


Canada’s venerated all-female string quartet on their farewell tour. The same four radiant personalities have been a stand-out in popularity with audiences for 37 years. This is their last time in Hamilton
W. A. Mozart, String Quartet, K.589 in B flat.
A. Richardson-Schulte, “All for One”
A. Borodin, String Quartet No.2

JAN

15

The Ying Quartet


2:00PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton Tanenbaum Pavilion 123 King Street West


One of America’s great quartets for over 30 years, with more than 200 compositions written for them.
Mozart: Quartet No. 22 in B-flat major
William Grant Still: Lyric Quartette
Intermission
Dvořák: Quartet No. 13 in G major, Op. 106

FEB

26

Jeffrey McFadden and Michael Schulte


2:00PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton Tanenbaum Pavilion 123 King Street West


Guitarist and head of Guitar Performance Faculty at U. of T., Jeff McFadden plays with violinist and CMH Artistic Director, Michael Schulte. A compelling and too rarely heard combination of instruments in the hands of experts playing great music from across the ages.
They play pieces by Corelli, Paganini, Schubert, Dvořák, Granados, Piazzolla, McFadden, Järvlepp

APR

23

The Hungarian Sound with Michael Schulte and Friends


2:00PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton Tanenbaum Pavilion 123 King Street West


Violinist/violist and CMH Artistic Director, Michael Schulte • Violinist and National Ballet of Canada Concertmaster, Aaron Schwebel • Violinist and former Cape Town Philharmonic Concertmaster, Patrick Goodwin • Cellist and upcoming star from the U.S., Drew Comstock
Built on the popularity of Michael Schulte’s curated genealogy, The American Sound, he and friends now bring you the experience of this distinctive, influential and fascinating music culture. Dedicated to Michael’s teacher and chamber music partner, Marta Hidy.
Pieces by Liszt, Dohnányi, Maros, Kodály, Bartók, Jozsef, Szelényi, Pál

JUN

18

Nadejda Vlaeva and Michael Schulte


2:00PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton Tanenbaum Pavilion 123 King Street West


Michael plays with long-time friend and remarkable New York pianist, Nadejda Vlaeva. Nadejda spends half of each year performing in Europe. She recently won the 2021 Bulgarian Artist of the Year Award.
Her recordings have won the International Piano Magazine Critic’s Choice, Gramophone Magazine Editor’s Choice, and BBC Music Magazine Instrumental CD of the Month.
They play pieces by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Arensky, Debussy, Stravinsky, Richardson-Schulte


≈ Fine ensemble performances by World Class Musicians in an Intimate Setting


Brahms Quintet Recordings

CBC concert recording of Brahms Op88 string quintet played by Jonathan Crow, Andrew Wan, Eric Nowlin, Michael Schulte and Brian Manker.

Brahms Quintet, Op88 1st Movement

Brahms Quintet, Op88 2nd Movement

Brahms Quintet, Op88 3rd Movement

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