ChamberCHOPS Concert at Congregation Albert, Albuquerque
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ChamberCHOPS Concert

Divine Chop

Young Mozart / Public Domain

Everyone I know plays chamber music. We sit around for hours in powdered wigs cranking out Mozart and Beethoven on antique violins and Wurlitzer practice pianos—just like the ones at Interlochen, mind you. JK. In reality I continue to struggle with Bartok's simplest compositions, dreaming of one day mastering the first eight bars of Saint-Saën's Les cloches del Las Palmas. Others in the community have been more successful than me. Discerning Dirt City denizens have an opportunity to hear the fruit of that labor on Sunday, Sept. 17, when Chamber Music Cooperative of the Southwest presents ChamberCHOPS featuring local amateur musicians performing heady tuneage like Mozart's Divertimento #9 and Poulenc's Piano Sonata for Four Hands. I'll say this: performing chamber music demands dedication, tenacity and a sort of musical intensity that transforms players and concert-goers. All of that and more awaits at this free recital. (August March)

Sunday Sept 17, 2017

3800 Louisiana Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110




Phone: 505 369 5572

More events at Congregation Albert

The Chamber Music Cooperative of the Southwest perform Mozart's Divertimento #9 for Winds, excerpts from the Magic Flute for wind octet and more.

Several exciting small ensemble pieces performed by amateur musicians.

The Chamber Music Cooperative of the Southwest (ChamberCHOPS) presents a free concert on September 17 at 2:00 pm at Congregation Albert. Local musicians will perform Mozart Divertimento #9 for Winds, excerpts from the "Magic Flute" for wind octet, Poulenc's "Piano Sonata for 4 Hands", Alec Wilder's "Suite for Horn and Piano", and Ricochet for brass quintet. Free admission, open to the public.  All ages welcome.