The Spring Series will bring eight great chamber music performances to the people of northeast Florida and southeast Georgia.
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Chamber Music Festival presents Classical for Everyone: Chamber Music Pops with Terry Barber, countertenor; Alina Kiryayeva, piano; and Christopher Rex on the cello.
The Amernet quickly rose to international attention after their first season, winning the gold medal at the Tokyo International Music Competition.
Performing with Ms Meyers will be pianist Max Levinson and Christopher Rex, principal cellist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Later this year, the AICMF’s SpringFest series will bring 14 performances of internationally renowned artists to Amelia Island.
Time for Three has a hit YouTube anti-bullying, music video called Stronger, and it has inspired students around the globe.
Enjoy the music of Messiaen, Grieg, Verdi, and Beethoven at Café Karibo in historic Fernandina Beach.
Chamber Music Festival offers discounts on ticket packages for tourists with confirmed lodging accommodations on Amelia Island.
2 Maestros will perform piano works of Beethoven, Brahms, Haydn and Schumann on May 12 of the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival.
Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival Presents Internationally Renowned Tokyo String Quartet on October 5 as Part of its Farewell Tour
The grand finale of the 2012 Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival will clearly show that musical talent often runs in the family.
Orli Shaham was recognized early for her prodigious talents. She received her first scholarship at age five.
JESSICA RIVERA is quickly establishing herself as one of the most creatively inspired vocal artists before the public today.
Beer and G Strings I Music of Passion and Fire is Sunday evening at the Palace Saloon in historic Fernandina Beach, Florida.
The program will feature the Chopin Piano Concerto #1 and performers include Natasha Paremski, piano; Philip Pan, violin; Catherine Cosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola; Christopher Rex, cello; John Wieland, bass, and the Linden String Quartet.