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Simone Dinnerstein, piano

Simone Dinnerstein, piano

Known for her “arresting freshness and subtlety” (TIME), Dinnerstein closes the CM@B 50th Anniversary Season with Bach’s “Goldberg Variations.” The searching and inventive pianist rose to Number One on the 2007 Billboard Classical Chart for her recording of the remarkable Bach set.

The Danish String Quartet

The Danish String Quartet

The high-level technical and musical quality, the joy of playing, and the fresh approach to familiar repertoire have become trademarks for The Danish String Quartet. While their most recent album includes a compilation of Nordic folk tunes, the Quartet has been celebrated over the past decade for their readings of Haydn, Brahms, Beethoven, and Bach.

Chanticleer

Chanticleer

Celebrating their 40th season, the multiple Grammy-winning all-male vocal ensemble is composed of a dozen young singers from across the U.S. Their repertoire spans ten centuries from Gregorian chant, to Renaissance polyphony, to contemporary pop. “They are, to put it directly,” says the San Francisco Chronicle, “one of the world’s best.”

Les Délices

Les Délices

The “richly expressive” (The New York Times) ensemble explores the dramatic potential and emotional resonance of long-forgotten music. Led by OBF principal oboist Debra Nagy, Les Délices will perform Rebel, Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, and Thomas-Louis Bourgeois.

Ahn Trio

Ahn Trio

Hailed as “exacting and exciting musicians” (Los Angeles Times), the three South Korean sisters have earned a distinguished reputation for embracing 21st century classical music with their unique style and innovative collaborations, including works by Bernstein, Haydn, Jimi Hendrix, Kenji Bunch, and Prince.

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