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Season 8 of the Missouri Chamber Music Festival explores instrumental partnerships from the seemingly disparate to the obviously kindred. From “Duo” which highlights an unusual pairing of vibraphone and cello amidst a like-minded partnering of pianos, to the Festival Finale which is rich with contrasts throughout, each concert of the 2018 Festival displays an unusual musical relationship. Works of MOCM’s featured composer, Martin Bresnick, appear throughout the Festival and showcase the voice of a modern master. We look forward to sharing each of these diverse, carefully curated programs with you!
“All year I anticipate MOCM. Superb playing, very interesting and exciting programming, true chamber music up close and personal.” -- MOCM Audience Member
Welcome to the Missouri Chamber Music Festival (MOCM)! Founded by pianist Nina Ferrigno and clarinetist Scott Andrews, MOCM brings the fine art of small ensemble playing to a wide audience through dynamic, accessible performances of the highest quality. MOCM invites nationally recognized professional musicians to historic Webster Groves, Missouri, University City, and beyond to perform a series of chamber music concerts each June. Diverse programming including new and commissioned works is a defining attribute of MOCM, helping to illuminate the exciting, extraordinary, and diverse nuance of the small ensemble genre.
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“Some of the most satisfying chamber recitals I’ve heard in years.” -- MOCM Audience Member
MOCM needs your financial support to help make each festival season possible. Please consider a tax-deductible donation today. Thank you for your generosity. Contributions can also be mailed to Missouri Chamber Music, Inc.,
211 South Elm Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63119.
Photography courtesy of: Jennifer Lin, Brandon Krepel Photography, Kristi Foster Photography, the St. Louis Symphony, and Fresh Art Photography.