2019 Denver Chamber Music Festival
June 2-9, 2019

  • June 2, 2019 | Spotlight Lamont

    Dazzle club | 6:00 PM

    The DCMF opening performance will celebrate Lamont School of Music, University of Denver! In addition to Lamont’s world-class faculty, graduate students on the cusp or their own careers will be featured. Musicians include violist Basil Vendryes, tenor Matthew Plenk, clarinetist Jeremy Reynolds, violinist Sharon Park, pianist Heidi Brende Leathwood, violinist Jordan Curry, violist Silvana Ferrarin, cellist Kelcey Howell, and cellist Maximiliano Oppeltz-Carroz. Event is co-hosted by MAS Music and Dazzle

  • Program: Highlighting the Russian Masters

    Anton Arensky: String Quartet op. 35 Moderato

    Mikhail Glinka: Piano Trio

    Brief Intermission

    Alfred Schnittke: String Trio Moderato

    Lieder to be announced from the stage featuring Matthew Plenk

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence Allegro con spirito, Andante Cantabile

  • June 6, 2019 | DCMF AT THE RAMBLE HOTEL

    The Ramble Hotel | 6:00 PM

    Bringing the amazing artists of Denver Chamber Music Festival into the trendiest neighborhoods of Denver, join us at The Ramble Hotel in RiNo for an incredible evening of music and Death and Company curated cocktails in the neighborhood "where art is made"!

  • Program: Works to be announced from the stage

  • June 8, 2019 | “Love is in the air”

    Newman Center for the performing arts
    Hamilton Hall | 7:30pm

  • The first of two Newman center performances feature works centered around love themes. Schumann’s enchanting piano quartet and Schöenberg’s deeply romantic Verklärte Nacht headline this program along with other classic love themes.

  • Program:

    Quartets for Four Celli on Love Themes

    Arnold Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht for String Sextet


    Robert Schumann: Piano Quartet Op. 47

    Talk Back with artists on the stage following the performance

  • june 9, 2019 | “musical fireworks”

    Newman Center for the performing arts
    hamilton hall | 2:30pm

  • Closing the festival week is a concert full of dazzling virtuosity in chamber music. Ravel’s masterful piano trio and Dvořák “American” viola quintet are featured works in this exhilarating concert finale!

  • Program:

    George Enescu: Concertpiece for Viola and Piano

    Maurice Ravel: Piano Trio


    Antonin Dvořák: String Quintet op. 97 “American”

    Talk Back with artists on the stage following the performance