2017 Fall Season

2017 Fall Season Pass

We are thrilled to offer you the 2017 Fall Season Pass which includes admission to all 3 unforgettable concerts! Take advantage of this opportunity to hear world-class young musicians performing brilliant, unique, and profoundly moving programs.

General Admission Pass: $75

First come first serve seating with general public.

VIP Seating Pass: $105

Guaranteed seating in the prime reserved section.

· A 3.4% service fee is applied to each ticket purchased
· All ticket sales are final and non-refundable, except in the case of event cancellation.

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Beethoven 1803 | September 14

For Beethoven, 1803 was among his most fruitful years of composition. This concert features two of his most celebrated works, the “Kreutzer” Violin Sonata, and the “Eroica” Symphony, which were composed within months of each other. This program also offers a rare opportunity to experience the beloved “Eroica” in its seldom heard Piano Quartet arrangement.  Composed by his pupil, friend, and secretary, Ferdinand Ries, the work stands as a masterful representation of the symphony’s power, regardless of instrumentation.


Beethoven “Kreutzer” Sonata no. 9 for Piano and Violin
“Eroica” Symphony no. 3 arr. for Piano Quartet by Ferdinand Ries


David Lisker, violin
Jay Yiu, viola
Yves Dharamraj, cello
Larry Weng, piano

Ana Vidovic:
Exploring the Guitar | October 26

Award winning Croatian classical guitarist, Ana Vidovic, performs a breathtaking program displaying the incredible artistry of the guitar. The concert will also feature the world premier of the winning composition of our First Annual competition for composers “Composition Challenge: Year of Samba”.

Having captured 1st Prize in the Albert Augustine International Competition (England), the Fernando Sor Competition (Italy), the Francisco Tarrega Competition (Spain), and  over 1000 concerts under her belt since entering the public stage in 1988, Ms. Vidovic has been captivating audiences all around the world with her “virtually immaculate” performances (Washington Post).



Ana Vidovic, guitar
David Lisker, violin

Baroque Gala | December 3

Celebrate the holiday season with the brilliance and excitement of the Baroque Era.  Take a break from the Nutcracker and Handel’s Messiah, and bring your family to experience this unforgettable event featuring some of the most beloved works by your favorite Baroque composers, performed by a star studded lineup of world-class musicians.


Vivaldi La Folia
Buffardin Concerto à 5 in E minor for Flute and chamber orchestra
Tartini Devil’s Trill for Violin and chamber orchestra
Vivaldi Winter for violin and chamber orchestra
Bach Harpsichord Concerto in F Minor BWV 1056
Handel/Casadesus Viola Concerto in B minor
Vivaldi Concerto for 4 violins and chamber orchestra


David Lisker, violin
Bela Horvath, violin/viola
Laura Ha, violin
Susannah Foster, violin
Jason J. Moy, harpsichord
Taya König-Tarasevich, flute
featuring the
LMF Chamber Orchestra