Jim Wilson interviews cellist Kahri Joyner, who makes his third appearance with CMSCVA on May 2.
Violist Melissa Reardon and pianist Ryan McCullough perform “Après un rêve,” one of the composer’s most famous songs. This concert also includes the dreams of some of our CMSCVA family of friends, patrons, and Board Members – narrated by Chioke I’Anson. If you are enjoying our free virtual events, please consider making a donation to CMSCVA.
Watch our interview with actor Brandon Carter, who performs in the streaming event “Reading Shakespeare,” available through December.
Our Artistic Director Jim Wilson chats with guitarist John Marcel Williams, who will be making his CMSCVA debut on October 25, 2020. John talks about why he loves playing the guitar, making music in the midst of a pandemic, and pistachio gelato.
Clarinetist Bryan Crumpler is a multi-talented composer, educator and composer making his second appearance with CMSCVA this September. We asked Brendon a list of questions we are posing to some of our 2018-19 artists. Click here or Bryan’s photo to read our interview.
Violinist Brendon Elliott is a rising star in the classical music world, and a native Virginian. He makes his CMSCVA debut this month. We asked Brendon a list of questions we are posing to some of our 2018-19 artists. Click here to read our interview with Brendon Elliott.
Violinist Grace Park is stopping her whirlwind schedule of playing concerts around the world to make her CMSCVA debut this month. We asked Grace a list of questions we are posing to some of our 2017-18 artists. Click here to read our interview with Grace Park.
Virtuoso pianist Phillip Bush will make his CMSCVA debut on February 24 and 25, 2018. Phillip recently answered a list of questions we are asking many of this season’s performers. Click here to read our interview with pianist Phillip Bush
Baroque bassoonist Kelsey Schilling will make his CMSCVA debut on December 12, 2017. Kelsey will be the first Baroque bassoonist to play with CMSCVA, and he recently answered a list of questions we are asking many of this season’s performers. Click here to read our 2017-18 Performer Profile of Kelsey Schilling
Chioke I’Anson, VCU professor of African American Sudies and announcer for National Public Radio, will join CMSCVA musicians this weekend. Chioke will work alongside Angela Lehmen, Kobi Malkin, Brendon Elliot, Max Mandel and James Wilson on our “Shostakovich and War,” event on September 29. Click here to read our Performer Profile of Chioke I’Anson