Chamber Series: Which Classical Music?

Seully Hall
8 Fenway, Floor 4
Boston, MA

The inaugural Chamber Series concert of the 2019–2020 season examines what “classical music” means from traditions from around the world—India, Ireland, and China—situating the music of Dvořák and Western classical music within a vast framework of diverse cultural practices.

This exciting evening of classical works features acclaimed Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty members and guest performers, including the Berklee Indian Ensemble and Silkroad artists.

South Indian Classical (Carnatic Music)

(selection to be announced from the stage)
Berklee Indian Ensemble

Celtic Classical Music

(selection to be announced from the stage)
 Jim Dalton, Maggi Smith-Dalton

Chinese Classical Music

(selection to be announced from the stage)
Silkroad Artist Reylon Yount and friends

Western Classical Music

DVORAK: String Quartet No.12, op. 96 “American”
Markus Placci, violin
Judith Eissenberg, violin
Lila Brown, viola
Rhonda Rider, cello

Markus Placci, artistic director

Chamber Series is a celebration of chamber music, performed by acclaimed Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty members and renowned guest artists from around the world.

Ticket Information

Admission: $10-$15 with discounts available Tickets