At Prairie Pines
The mission of Chamber Music at The Barn at Prairie Pines is to promote the appreciation of chamber music by providing concerts of artistic excellence in an intimate, casual, country setting and educational opportunities for persons of diverse ages and backgrounds.
July 15, 16, 17
The Harlem Quartet
Chick Corea "Adventures of Hippocrates"
Walter Piston String Quartet no. 1
Billy Strayhorn "Take the A train"
Mendelssohn String Quartet no. 6 in F minor Op. 80
June 18, 19, 20
Mozart, Flute Quartet in D Major
Schumann, Piano Quartet in E flat Major
David Palmer, Frances Shelly, Annie Chalex Boyle, Catherine Consiglio, Andrew Kolb
June 21 at 3 pm
At Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery
401 N. First St Lindsborg, Kansas 67456
July 30, 31, August 1
Vivaldi, Concerto Grosso op.3 No. 11 in D minor
Bach, Prelude and Fugue from the W.T.C.
(both arranged for four cellos by Laszlo Varga)
Piazzolla, Libertango and Rio Sena
Tchaikovsky, Souvenir de Florence
Annie Chalex Boyle, Evgeny Zvonnikov,
Catherine Consiglio, Nicole Feryok,
Emmanuel Lopez, Caitlin Schmidt,
Susan Mayo, Arleigh Aldrich
“…the Harlem players produce such a seductively velvet sound and phrase so intuitively and exultantly that any potential difficulties seem to melt away.”
Julian Haylock, The Strad Magazine
“[Corea, Burton, and the Harlem Quartet] dove headlong into ‘Round Midnight,’ the strings adding considerable tonal depth and a sweeping, cinematic atmosphere to Thelonious Monk’s classic.”
In residence with NASAW and Bows at The Barn
Inside Scoop 7:15 pm
Inside Scoop 7:15 pm
The concert will include the most well-
This program is supported in
part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts
and the City of Wichita.
July 9, 10, 11
Fred Hersch Trio
Due to a serious family illness, the Matt Wilson Quartet has canceled their engagement with Chamber Music at The Barn Fred Hersch Trio replaces the Matt Wilson Quartet. Tickets purchased for the Matt Wilson Quartet will be honored at the Fred Hersch Trio concert.
Proclaimed by Vanity Fair magazine, “the most arrestingly innovative pianist in jazz over the last decade or so,” 5-