Chamber Music of the Ozarks to Present Three June Concerts

The month of June brings three new concerts from the Chamber Music of the Ozarks series.  

On June 11, they will present Chamber Music Potpourri, a concert that includes "Piano Quartet" by composer Danny Elfman (Edward Scissorhands, Batman Returns, Avengers: Age of Ultron), as well as Brahms' beautiful "Two Songs for Voice, Viola, and Piano, Op. 91," and an ensemble of nine musicians performing the Nonet by Louise Farrenc.

Performers are members of the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, Arkansas Symphony, Tulsa Symphony, faculty from Arkansas Tech University and the U of A, and a vocalist from Opera in the Ozarks.

Student tickets are free; general admission tickets are $25 and include hors d'oeuvres and drink.

There will also be two concerts presented as a collaboration between the Chamber Music of the Ozarks and Mount Sequoyah Center.  Ticket prices vary; visit the EventBrite link for more information.

On June 14, Chamber Music on the Mountain presents the Spotlight Concert at 6:30 p.m. at the Mount Sequoyah Center-Millar Lodge.  The event features a mix of performances by local chamber music enthusiasts. Refreshments will feature charcuterie boxes provided by Early Bird Catering.

The Musical Mosaic Concert will be on June 15 with multiple groups from the Chamber Music Immersive workshop performing a diverse selection of music and an individual charcuterie box from Early Bird Catering and a drink of choice.


Tomoko Kashiwagi, associate professor, piano
Department of Music


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