Hill House Chamber Players- Celebrating Trio Masterworks, 2018-2019 Season
The Hill House Chamber Players, co-sponsored by the Schubert Club and Minnesota Historical Society, features their 2018-2019 season, Trio Masterworks.
The theme Trio Masterworks is a celebration and exploration of the diverse repertoire for combinations of piano, violin, viola, cello and clarinet.
Hill House Chamber Players have built each program around one major piano trio, including Beethoven Ghost Trio, op 70, Brahms Clarinet Trio, op 114, Shostakovitch Trio #2, op. 67, as well as works of Hummel, Boccherini, Mozart, Rebecca Clarke , JS Bach, and Schubert.
Admission includes a 6:45 pre-concert conversation, intermission refreshments, and a post-concert tour of the magnificent Gilded Age mansion.
All concerts are on Mondays, 7:30 pm with general admission seating in the art gallery of the James J Hill House, 240 Summit Ave, St Paul.
A wheelchair accessible ramp is past the main entrance, and the Hill House has restrooms on the first floor for those with limited mobility, and a wheelchair accessible restroom on the lower level.
Single concert $23
MNHS Member Tickets $18.40
Season Flex Pass: $60
Season Flex Pass Details:
Choose three total concerts per season with our season flex pass.
For help with online ticket purchase call 1-800-838-3006, Brown Paper Tickets.
For other inquiries leave a message for HHCP at 651-237-2169.
October 8 & 15, 2018
J.N. Hummel Piano Trio op 96, no.7
J.S.Bach Three-part Inventions, BWV 787-801
Rebecca Clarke Dumka for violin, viola and piano
L.van Beethoven Piano Trio, Op. 70, no.1 Ghost
March 4 & 11, 2019
Please note a CHANGE in guest artists:
Guest artists Daniel Friberg, clarinet and Siena Forest, soprano
J.S. Bach Arioso, BWV 156 for cello and organ
L.van Beethoven Duo for viola and cello in E flat major (with two eyeglasses obligato), WoO 32
F. Schubert Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, for clarinet, soprano and piano
J.Brahms Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op 114
April 29, May 6, 2019
L.Boccherini String Trio, Op 47
W.A. Mozart #1 G minor Piano Quartet, K 478
D. Shostakovich Piano Trio No 2 in E minor, op 67
All programs subject to change
Hill House Chamber Players members:
Julie Ayer, violin/viola, is one of the founding members of the Hill House Chamber Players. She was assistant principal second violin with the Minnesota Orchestra for 36 years. She studied violin with world renowned Josef Gingold at Indiana University where she earned a master's degree. Julie is the author of More than Meets the Ear: How Symphony Musicians Made Labor History, published in 2005, and since then has presented workshops to a variety of groups on the subject.
Cellist Tanya Remenikova has inspired critical acclaim during her 40 year international performing career. She studied with the legendary Mistislav Rostropovich at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire. Currently Professor of cello and chamber music at the University of Minnesota, she is a recipient of the Master Teacher Studio Award from the Minnesota chapter of the American String Teachers Association.
Pianist Mary Jo Gothmann enjoys a varied career as a chamber musician, soloist, opera coach and organist. She performs frequently with the Minnesota Orchestra and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and has worked for the Metropolitan Opera, Santa Fe Opera, and Minnesota Opera companies. Mary Jo is a sought after chamber music partner, playing with the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota, Colonial Chamber Music Series, Bakken Trio, JOYA in Anoka and Lakes Area Music Festival.
Tom Turner is a violist of the Minnesota Orchestra and regularly appears as soloist with the orchestra. After graduating from the Curtis Institute of Music, he began his career in Germany as principal viola with the Varga Chamber Orchestra and Berlin Radio Symphony. He was the winner of a 2004-5 McKnight Fellowship.
luscious tone, flexible phrasing"
"attracting an ever-larger and ever-more-enthusiastic audience"
James J. Hill House (View)
240 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
|Minimum Age: 7|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|