Attacca Quartet

Chamber Concert

Pollard Auditorium

A string quartet praised by The Strad as "stunning" and for possessing "a musical maturity far beyond its members' years," the Attacca Quartet is currently celebrating its 15th season. From sold out concerts at Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall to National Public Radio's far reaching Tiny Desk Concerts, the Attacca Quartet celebrates the timeless beauty of the string quartet for a broad audience and this sublime art form.  The quartet, comprised of violinists Amy Schroeder and Keiko Tokunaga, violist Nathan Schram, and cellist Andrew Yee, will perform music by Caroline Shaw, Felix Mendelssohn, and Ludwig van Beethoven.

Frisson Ensemble

Chamber Concert

Pollard Auditorium

Frisson is explosive! A nine-piece chamber ensemble featuring NYC’s finest young classical musicians, Frisson showcases a myriad of rarely-performed masterworks. Listen and enjoy as Frisson expands and contracts into a variety of ensembles, including quintets, sextets, and a small chamber orchestra. The ensemble will debut in major cities across the United States during the 2017-18 season. Hear their exciting debut in Oak Ridge.

The ensemble will perform music by Haydn, Spohr, Strauss, and Martinu.

Oak Ridge String Quartet

Chamber Concert

Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church

The Oak Ridge String Quartet returns to the Oak Ridge Chamber Series, with a program featuring compositions that will transport audiences around the world and back again to Tennessee.  Formed by the talented string players of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, the quartet includes violinists Karen Kartal and Sarah Ringer, violist Sara Cho, and cellist Theodore Kartal.

The theme of their concert is Music around the world.

Richard and Peter John Stoltzman—Clarinet and Piano

Chamber Concert

Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church

Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman's virtuosity, musicianship and sheer personal magnetism have made him one of today's most sought-after concert artists. As soloist with over a hundred orchestras, a captivating recitalist, an innovative jazz artist, and a prolific recording artist, this two-time Grammy Award winner has defied categorization, dazzling critics and audiences alike throughout many musical genres. Richard Stoltzman will be joined by his son, pianist, Peter John Stoltzman, for a program celebrating Leonard Bernstein and also featuring the music of Ives and Gershwin.