The Maestro Foundation nurtures young classical musicians and encourages the appreciation of classical music.
Experience what many call the country’s finest chamber music series. The Maestro Chamber Music Society Concert Series offers an immersive experience in an acoustically exquisite private home, designed and ideally suited for the genre. Concerts feature chamber music’s most revered artists performing for a deeply committed audience in intimate proximity to the stage. Soon to begin the 32nd Season, concerts raise funds and visibility for Maestro’s nationwide Instrument Lending Program. We lend high quality stringed instruments and bows to gifted young musicians during the most critical stage in their professional development.
Maestro Chamber Music Society Concert Series
We have an extraordinary 32nd season planned. While it is our deepest desire to present each and every concert as scheduled, we will follow the guidance of public health officials and adhere to prescribed standards and protocols. Maestro’s current roster of artists for 2021-22 includes pianist Eric Lu; Quartetto di Cremona; the Dover Quartet; cellist Stephen Isserlis with pianist Connie Shih; the Tákacs Quartet with pianist Stephen Hough; and pianist Dénes Várjon.
We are fortunate to have three sponsored concerts this season. Dunard Fund USA is generously underwriting a concert with the Dunedin Consort under the direction of John Butt. They will perform a program of J.S. Bach masterworks on period instruments. The Jerry and Margaretta Hausman Charitable Trust is graciously sponsoring two programs this season. Violinist Christian Tetzlaff will appear in December, followed by the Dover Quartet in January of 2022.
We thank Maestro’s sponsors and membership for their steadfast support during these challenging times.
Instrument Lending Program
The concert series raises visibility and funds for Maestro’s primary philanthropic objective. Since 2001, the Instrument Lending Program has put high quality instruments in the hands of gifted student musicians that otherwise are unable to afford the necessary tools to realize their place as world class performers. With these instruments, they study in the finest schools and conservatories such as Curtis Institute of Music, The Juilliard School, New England Conservatory, USC Thornton School of Music and Colburn School. Graduating from these stellar programs, they appear before audiences at Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center to name a few.