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New York Chamber Soloists in concert April 12 at UOP
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STOCKTON — The New York Chamber Soloists will perform in Stockton, April 12, at the Faye Spanos Auditorium on the University of the Pacific campus.

Tickets for the concert are $25 and are available in the lobby of Faye Spanos Concert Hall at UOP starting at 2 p.m., 30 minutes before the concert on April 12 or on their website at www.chambermusicfriends.org. Students of any age are admitted free with ID. 

The audience is invited to meet the musicians at a reception following the concert.

The ensemble has maintained a unique niche in the chamber music world for over five decades. 

With more than 250 works in their repertoire, the Chamber Soloists have made a valuable contribution to the musical life of this country and have helped to expand the audience for chamber music. These are world class musicians with years of experience performing together. 

This is a unique concert experience from chamber music artists whose programming innovations have included Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concerti in a single concert, “Paris in the ‘20s,” an American Classics program, the complete Mozart horn concerti and song cycles, cantatas and operas from Monteverdi to Aitken. They have added substantially to the catalog of 20th-century chamber works, with more than 25 compositions written for them by such significant composers as Gunther Schuller, Mario Davidovsky, Ezra Laderman, and Mel Powell. The group has also commissioned works for children, including Ferdinand the Bull from noted American composer Hugh Aitken and compositions based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Gerald Fried and Tania French.