Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck

Organic Headshots

In Chicago, the "first couple" of piano duet playing is Claire Aebersold and Ralph Nieweem, founders of the Chicago Duo Piano Festival and a professional team for over four decades. 

Terry Johnston

For the large part of the year, Suzy Bratton is focused on her role as principal clarinetist of the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra. This summer, she accepted an invitation to perform at the Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck for the first time.

Drew Le

The Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck presents "Musical Companions" this week, a program of works for two to seven players by Ludwig van Beethoven, Carl Nielsen, and Michigan composer Tom Knific. 


Martin Hogan

  The 27th season of the Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck returns Thursday and Friday with a program titled 'Epic Drama,' featuring string sextets by Erich Wolfgang Korngold and Richard Strauss, music for string quartet by Puccini, and Camille Saint-Saëns Fantasie Op 124, for violin and harp.

Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck

The last sounds of the 2014 Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck will fade away at the end of this week, after a program featuring a number of festival regulars, including co-directors Jennifer Walvoord and Drew Le, cellist Alicia Eppinga, horn player Paul Austin, and clarinetist Brad Wong.

Jennifer Walvoord looks back at some of the highlights of the successful 2014 season, and previews the final program. It will be performed Thursday and Friday night at 7:30 in the Woman's Club of Saugatuck. 

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