2014-2015 - Our 36th Concert Season   

Julia Bullock was one of five Emerging Artists to receive an award from the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts. Julia will receive a one year award of $50,000.The money is intended to help the participants create work, receive training, travel to performances, develop studios, buy materials, pay for living expenses and health care, pay down student debt, or otherwise develop their talents.

Julia was the first artist presented in the 2014-15 RCMS season.

Julia is amazing. We look forward to hearing about all her triumphs in the years to come! - Milly Feinsilber, President RCMS


April 19, 2015…
The Enso String Quartet
with Guest Artists Michael Tree & Peter Wiley

On the venue for the RCMS April 19th concert, preceding the Enso String Quartet,
Mikaela Vojnik, one of the winners of the RCMS Student Competition will perform Stravinsky’s “Three Pieces for Clarinet, 1st movement”.

The other winner, Alana Auerbach, violinist, will be unable to perform as she will be in final rehearsals for a performance of Beethoven’s, “9th Symphony” at Carnegie Hall. A member of The New York Youth Symphony for three years, the opportunity to play at Carnegie Hall in conjunction with the New York Choral Society is not to be missed.


The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is proud to announce the winners of the 2015 RCMS Student Competition, held on March 7, 2015

Violinist, Alana Auerbach from Poughkeepsie
Clarinetist,
Mikaela Vojnik from Kingston

   

Alana Auerbach                          Mikaela Vojnik

They will each be awarded a prize of $250 and the opportunity to perform their pieces prior to the April 19th concert, featuring the Enso String Quartet. The esteemed judges Babette Hierholzer, Yana Goichman and Kenneth Bennett were very impressed by the level of talent from this year’s competitors. This was one of the reasons there were two first prizes awarded.
     The RCMS believes that acknowledging the talent, dedication and hard work of these young musicians will encourage the next generation of artists to support chamber music in years to come.



Previous Concerts and Events this season:

March 15, 2015
2015 Gala Benefit
& Student Competition Awards

See photos from the event


February 15, 2015…
The Horszowski Trio


February 8, 2015…
A
Free Family Concert

The Morton Memorial Library, Rhinecliff, NY
Featuring The Bard College Conservatory Percussion Studio
See photos from the performance


January 18, 2015
A Celebration of Women in Music


November 23, 2014
Pinocchio
A Free Family Concert

See photos from the performance


November 16, 2014…
SHUFFLE Concert
See photos from the performance


October 19, 2014…
Julia Bullock, soprano

Julia Bullock was one of five Emerging Artists to receive an award from the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts. Julia will receive a one year award of $50,000.The money is intended to help the participants create work, receive training, travel to performances, develop studios, buy materials, pay for living expenses and health care, pay down student debt, or otherwise develop their talents.

Julia was the first artist presented in the 2014-15 RCMS season.

Julia is amazing. We look forward to hearing about all her triumphs in the years to come! - Milly Feinsilber, President RCMS

10/15/14 See article reprinted with permission from Northern Dutchess News


Visit our galleries of past Special Events

REPORT: Special Concerts/Events
March 15, 2015 Gala Event
Join us for a "Tea, Sherry Hour" as inspired by Lily Duchess of Marlborough,
a member of the Hamersley Family, the original owners of this magnificent house, designed by Francis Hoppin, architect of such prestigious homes as
"The Mount" in Lenox, MA and "Springwood," in Hyde Park.
We will have beautiful music, delicious food and
an auction of wonderful items for you to bid on.

Purchase Tickets online at TICKETS

Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is committed to introducing a variety of musical experiences  to the Hudson Valley. With the help of the money raised we can continue our mission in the coming season.


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Welcome to the season...

RCMS has, for the last 36 years, endeavored to present artists of the highest caliber. We have presented excellent, well established virtuosos as well as "emerging" artists we believe have great futures. RCMS has been highly successful in discovering and nurturing future world class stars. We have organized just such a fabulous mix for the upcoming 2014-2015 concert season.

Unless otherwise indicated, concerts are presented in Rhinebeck at The Church of the Messiah, an 1897 Gothic edifice with superb acoustics.

 This season concerts begin at 3:00pm, followed by a reception for the artists.

Testimonials...
The Thompson House (05/14)
The Thompson House (06/13)
Morton Memorial Library


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