Three nights, three different ChamberFest performances

There will be three different ChamberFest performances coming up this week at the Glenn Korff School of Music, all three will be live streamed so they can viewed across the world.

Four different chamber groups will take to the Westbrook Recital Hall stage as part of ChamberFest Concert #1 on Monday, November 2 at 7:30 p.m. A piano duo opens the night playing Johannes Brahms, followed by a violin-cello-piano trio playing a piece from Felix Mendelssohn. A clarinet duo will next perform a piece from Francis Poulenc, while a flute-oboe-clarinet-bassoon quartet closes out the night playing compositions by Elliot Carter and Charles Fernandez. No in-person audience. Live webcast. Link:

Three chamber groups will take the Kimball Recital Hall stage on Wednesday, November 4 at 7:30 p.m. A violin-viola-piano trio will open the night with a piece from Ignaz Lachner. They will be followed by the Atelier Piano Quartet performing a composition from Robert Schumann. Then, a violin-guitar-bass trio will close out the night with three pieces, including one original composition from a member of the trio, Noah Gose. No in-person audience. Live webcast:

The final night of ChamberFest on Friday, November 6 at 7:30 p.m. from Kimball Recital Hall will feature five chamber groups. Two piano duos open the night, the first with a piece from Philip Glass and the second with a piece from Sergei Rachmaninoff. A flute-piano duo will then play a piece from Astor Piazzolla, followed by The Red Lotus Piano Trio performing a composition from Franz Schubert. The final group of the night, a quintet, will play a piece from Antonín Dvořák. No in-person audience. Webcast link: