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  • January 28, 2020 Take 3
  • February 11, 2020 Maxwell Quartet
  • March 2, 2020 Three Gs
  • April 1, 2020 Trio Confero
  • Take 3

    Known for their modern take on treasured masterpieces, Lindsay Deutsch, Van-Anh Nguyen and Lila Yang demonstrate their training from the Colburn and Julliard schools of music. Their “mostly classical” program showcases their rock star charisma and features Prokofiev, Massenet and Beethoven alongside Gershwin, Billy Joel and the Beatles. Take 3 performs with astonishing grace, “groove” and virtuosity.

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  • Maxwell Quartet

    Four great friends - George Smith, Duncan Strachan, Elliot Perks and Colin Scobie - grew up playing classical and folk music together in Scotland. Winners of both the First Prize and Audience Prize in the Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition in Norway, they have held residencies at Oxford University and are well known for their children’s concerts and workshops. Expect to hear the classics, as well as their arrangements of Scottish folk music.

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  • Three Gs

    The Three G’s are a gifted family of keyboard superstars. Kirill and Anna Gliadovsky studied at the most prestigious musical institutions in Russia, including the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Gnessins Music Academy. Before marrying, each had successful careers in the concert halls of Russia, Germany, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom and the United States. Their daughter Sophia, age 11, joins them on stage in a six-hand repertoire which leaves audiences gasping with emotion.

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  • Trio Confero

    “Confero”, derived from Latin, means “to bring together, unite and contribute.” That’s what Maksim Shtrykov had in mind when he formed Trio Confero to bring the superb, but seldom performed chamber repertoire for clarinet to a larger audience. Works by Brahms, Beethoven, Bruch, and Glinka are featured. Cellist Anita Balazs and pianist Mizuzu Tanaka, are graduates of Julliard and Yale School of Music and winners of international competitions.

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  • Richards Center for the Arts

    All 2020 performances will be at the new Richards Center for the Arts

    2248 Ramon Road (at Farrell Dr)
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    After an extensive 18 month renovation, the theatre reopened in October, 2017 and is a "state-of-the-art performance destination for both the district's students and Valley culture-lovers."

    Doors open at 6:45pm for each performance.