Benefit Concert

2018 Benefit Concert and Reception

Each July, following auditions all over the country, Music@Menlo welcomes an elite cohort of approximately forty talented young musicians to the Menlo School campus for three weeks of rigorous chamber music study and performance. The personal and musical transformation achieved by these musicians during their time at Music@Menlo is made possible by scholarship support awarded through the Ann S. Bowers Young Artist Fund, a fund dedicated to ensuring that talent and potential are the only requisites for participation in the Chamber Music Institute.

On Saturday, March 17, Music@Menlo presents its 2018 Chamber Music Institute Benefit Concert and Reception. This special event offers the opportunity to hear distinguished alumni of the CMI in performance, along with Artistic Co-Director, David Finckel, and help raise critical scholarship support to be awarded to young musicians this summer.

You can make a life-changing investment in these talented young musicians by attending the concert and adding a tax-deductible contribution to the Ann S. Bowers Young Artist Fund. Tickets go on sale on Monday, January 22, at 10:00 a.m.

PROGRAM

Franz Josef Haydn(1732–1809)
Piano Trio in C major, Hob.XV:27
Béla Bartók(1881–1945)
String Quartet no. 3, Sz.85
Maurice Ravel(1875–1937)
Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré
Ernő Dohnányi(1877–1960)
Piano Quintet no. 1, op. 1
Saturday 17Mar
  • 2018 Benefit Concert and Reception

    7:30 PM

    Tickets: $50 ($30 of which is a tax-deductible donation)