Schubertiades, which originated during Schubert’s life, were social gatherings in private residences that included readings, dancing, dining, and the music of Schubert. They were often hosted by the members of the “Schubert circle,” his close friends and admirers, who simply could not get enough of Schubert’s music and were eager to hear his latest magical creations.

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Schubertiades

Schubertiades, which originated during Schubert’s life, were social gatherings in private residences that included readings, dancing, dining, and the music of Schubert. They were often hosted by the members of the “Schubert circle,” his close friends and admirers, who simply could not get enough of Schubert’s music and were eager to hear his latest magical creations. Schubert biographer and Music@Menlo Encounter Leader Christopher H. Gibbs has described Schubertiades as “…certainly events, but also, perhaps, a state of mind.”

Music@Menlo’s Schubertiades—immersions in the composer’s art—revive the concert tradition that entranced Schubert’s most loyal audiences.

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The Winter Series offers unique year-round opportunities to explore the vast richness of the chamber music literature, interpreted by some of classical music’s most commanding performers.
Subscribe to all three concerts for as little as $45 (for under-30s).

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Winter Series

Complementing the world-class chamber music programming that distinguishes Music@Menlo’s internationally acclaimed summer festival, the Winter Series offers unique year-round opportunities to explore the vast richness of the chamber music literature, interpreted by some of classical music’s most commanding performers.

The 2016–2017 Winter Series features three exciting concerts that showcase a varied range of repertoire. The lineup includes performances by the Pacifica String Quartet, Konstantin Lifschitz, David Shifrin, Wu Qian and Alexander Sitkovetsky.

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Encounters, Music@Menlo’s signature series of multimedia symposia led by classical music’s most renowned authorities—named in memory of Michael Steinberg, the eminent musicologist and Music@Menlo guiding light—embody the festival’s context-rich approach to musical discovery.

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Encounters

Encounters, Music@Menlo’s signature series of multimedia symposia led by classical music’s most renowned authorities—named in memory of Michael Steinberg, the eminent musicologist and Music@Menlo guiding light—embody the festival’s context-rich approach to musical discovery. Encounters illuminate the essence of the festival’s thematic programming and add an integral dimension to the Music@Menlo experience.The Encounter series is named in memory of Michael Steinberg, the eminent musicologist and Music@Menlo guiding light.
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Carte Blanche Concerts, Music@Menlo’s favorite series of artist-curated recitals, showcase some of classical music’s most innovative and renowned musicians and their unique musical insights.

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Carte Blanche Concerts

Carte Blanche Concerts, Music@Menlo’s series of artist-curated recitals, showcase some of classical music’s most innovative and renowned musicians and their unique musical insights.
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Performed by a collection of the world’s great chamber musicians, Concert Programs are the core of the festival’s theme, providing inspired performances in intimate settings.

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Concert Programs

Performed by a collection of the world’s great chamber musicians, Concert Programs are the core of the festival’s theme, providing inspired performances in intimate settings.

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