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Opening night for the NEXUS 2.5 Virtual Chamber Music Festival will take the form of a Massivemuse concert in partnership with Groupmuse (a platform for "intimate classical concerts in the age of social distancing"). Opening night tickets are now available directly on the Groupmuse website! A pass to the other four events is available here—and you can get a discount on the pass if you buy a Groupmuse ticket!Find out more »
Tonight we tell the story of Guarneri Hall through the people who make it all happen. Enjoy video profiles of Guarneri Hall's behind-the-scenes heroes: Grammy-winning audio engineer Christopher Willis, Creative Director Mike Grittani, and Guarneri Hall’s Artistic Director Stefan Hersh, the individuals responsible for the incomparable audio and video quality…Find out more »
Watch a rebroadcast of the delightful "Call of the Birds" concert from the 2019 NEXUS Chamber Music Festival, along with newly-released artist profiles of Alexi Kenney and Zoë Martin-Doike. Get a pass good for all four Guarneri Hall-sponsored events September 13-16 by clicking the button below—but before you do, note…Find out more »
Giovanni Battista Viotti was a “rock star” of his day whose music deserves more contemporary attention. This witty, humorous, and sometimes experimental music falls squarely in the transition of music from the classical period of Mozart to the early romanticism of Beethoven and Schubert. The program includes a rebroadcast of Beethoven’s Kakadu variations for piano trio as well as a new Artist Spotlight featuring violinists Rannveig Marta Sarc and Brian Hong.Find out more »
NEXUS 2.5 finishes its 2020 season with an ambitious new music video of Benjamin Britten’s iconic Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, performed by NEXUS Artist Brannon Cho and produced by Guarneri Hall. Tune in for this exciting release, plus an artist profile of Brannon and finishing with a virtual…Find out more »
In normal times, we livestream most of our live concerts. In these times, out of concern for our audiences and artists, all Guarneri Hall events are virtual. Find details on how to access each event on its event page.