Mon 10/14 @ 7:30PM
It’s the 61st season for the Rocky River Chamber Music Society, one of the oldest classical music presenters in northeast Ohio. It offers chambers music concerts on Mondays, the slowest night of the week, at the West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, with world-class musicians performing for free.
The season launches with an evening of Hungarian folk and classical music, with members of the Cleveland Orchestra — violinists Emma Shook and Katherine Bormann, violist Stanley Konopka, cellist Martha Baldwin and bassist Henry Peyrebrune — performing with noted cimbalom player Alexander Fedoriouk, a multi-instrumentalist who has release album such as The Art of the Cimbalom and Cimbalom Traditions
The ensemble will play Bela Bartok’s String Quartet #2, Vittorio Monti’s Csárdás and Johannes Brahms’s Hungarian Dance #5, plus a set of folk songs from Hungary and Romania.
As always, it’s free and open to the public.