This groupmuse happened on Sunday, February 18, at 5:00 PM.

Sun, February 18, 2018, 5:00 PM

Shaw, Washington DC

A groupmuse is a live classical music house party-concert.

It's casual, friendly, and intimate. Anyone can host one, and anyone can come.

15 spots total
at this groupmuse

$10+

Minimum payment
to musicians
$3 reservation fee
Drinks
Bring your
own drinks
Not accessible

Host

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William Kenlon
13th-time host

Do you love experiencing chamber music in a metro-adjacent English basement-style living room?
Do you appreciate people with shared alma maters hosting shows and making music together? Then this is the event for you! Join me and my fellow UMD grads Heather MacArthur (violin), Emily Sheil (viola), and Molly Jones (cello) for a program of new and old music for string trio.


Music

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Heather MacArthur
Violin

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Molly Jones
Cello

Trio Gabrieli

Gideon Klein - String Duo
Erwin Schulhoff - String Duo

Gideon Klein - String Trio
Hans Krasa - Tanz


Attendees

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John VerWey

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Kym Lewis

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Nathan Modica

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Daniel Rivera

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Mark Fishbein

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Dom Ellis

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David Meni

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Nathan Reich

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Donna Hartley


Location



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Emily Cantrell Sheil, 6 months ago

It was great to meet and play for you all last night! Would love to plan a groupmuse with anyone looking to host. I can be reached at [email protected] and look forward to continued music and conversations.



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Mark Fishbein, 6 months ago

The performance was top notch. As a Jew with relatives that died in the Holocaust, and as a lover of that period 1920-1945 of music, it was a very moving evening. Most unique combinations of fresh sounds were perfectly presented. The small space made the instruments seem like right in the headphones, from the guts of the instruments.
I had recommended to Molly the works of Charles Touremire, a French composer I recently discovered. Interested in your take of this turn of the century master.
Thank you!