"I can't fully express how exciting and inspiring it was to hear this amazing musical event. From JSB to Swallowing Fire, what an amazing and emotional journey!" // MOCM audience member
Lost Treasures Concert: On Demand
The Missouri Chamber Music Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary and reimagines its concert hall with Lost Treasures, a digitally streamed concert available to watch from the comfort of your home. A musical exploration of inspiration, lost cultural heritage, synthesis, and resilience, this concert embraces a bright future where the best parts of us are never truly lost, though circumstances may dictate change.
MOCM Festival artists share performances from Boston and St. Louis of evocative works by Steven Stucky and James Lee, III. We look back to our inaugural Festival season with a reprise of the first piece performed in 2011, Martinu’s Three Madrigals. Plus, we celebrate our future with the world premiere of MOCM’s 10th Anniversary commissioned work by composer Peter Askim!
If you missed our Digital Concert Premiere of Lost Treasures on November 29 or wish to view the concert again, please join us for Lost Treasures Concert: On Demand from Dec 24-Jan 31 with a $50 or greater donation.
Catherine French, Hannah Ji, Angie Smart, violin
Mary Ferrillo, Chris Tantillo, viola
Elizabeth Chung, cello
Scott Andrews, clarinet
Nina Ferrigno, piano
Partita-Pastorale, after J.S.B. for Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello and Piano // Stucky
Lost Treasures from Souls of Alkebulan, for Piano // Lee, III
Three Madrigals for Violin and Viola // Martinu
Overture on Hebrew Themes for Clarinet, String Quartet and Piano // Prokofieff
Swallowing Fire, for Violin, Cello, Clarinet, and Piano // Askim