Tucson’s “jewel of a festival” (WFMT Chicago) returns with programs designed to appeal to all chamber music lovers. Alongside the well-loved masterworks are the extremely worthy more-adventurous compositions that have been the hallmark of the Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival since its beginning. This year‘s festival will feature the Jupiter String Quartet, the Sitkovetsky Trio, the woodwind quintet Windscape, and pianist David Fung, all artists of extraordinary ability.

The opening concert includes the Sitkovetsky Trio giving the premiere of a new piano trio by Julia Adolphe, and Windscape in their Tucson debut joined by David Fung to play Mozart’s Quintet for Piano and Winds. Cellist Isang Enders from the Sitkovetsy Quartet will join the Jupiter Quartet to end Friday’s concert with what many consider to be the most sublime chamber work ever composed, Schubert’s Quintet featuring two cellos, not to be missed! The Jupiter String Quartet will give the world premiere of Steven Taylor’s String Quartet in the final concert.

The lobby will be open during all festival events to bid on the Silent Auction, which will be drawn after the final concert on March 19.

The festive Celebration concert on Saturday will feature many of the artists in vigorous and more lighthearted repertoire followed by a chance to meet and converse with the musicians while enjoying great food.

Find out for yourself why American Record Guide wrote that the Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival is “one of the most adventurous festivals in the USA!”

Peter Rejto, Artistic Director
David Fung, piano
Jupiter String Quartet
Nelson Lee, violin
Meg Freivogel, violin
Liz Freivogel, viola
Daniel McDonough, cello
Sitkovetsky Trio
Wu Qian, piano
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin
Isang Enders, cello
Tara Helen O’Connor, flute
Randall Ellis, oboe
Alan R. Kay, clarinet
Frank Morelli, bassoon
David Jolley, horn

Venue Details

With 233,000 square feet of new and refurbished meeting and event space, the Tucson Convention Center has the size and flexibility to accommodate every type of meeting, convention, trade show or banquet event you may be planning. In addition to our meeting space the Tucson Convention Center has three performance facilities which are appropriate for sporting events, ice shows, theatrical performances and concerts.

If you are interested in booking space at the TCC, we offer outstanding menu selections by SAVOR…Tucson, our in-house catering and concession company. Our signature and custom-made menus feature an eclectic range of international, regional and heart-healthy fare. Food and beverage served at events are discussed with the event promoter and our SAVOR…Tucson team.

We are better than ever and we are looking forward to hosting your occasion or seeing you and your family at one of our unforgettable events.

Tickets to events are sold at TCC Box Office and www.ticketmaster.com. TCC Box Office is open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday, and two hours before event time on show days. TCC Box Office is located at Tucson Convention Center:
260 S. Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701

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