Cart 0
 

Upcoming Events

Nov Banners1.jpg

HAUNTED MINDS

Wednesday, November 13, 7.30PM
Italian Academy of Columbia University
1161 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10027

Ariel Quartet

Illustrated talk by Nicholas Chong

Bartók — String Quartet No. 1
Shostakovich — String Quartet No. 8

Read More

Tickets $45


IRW.jpg

IBERIAN RENAISSANCE

Tuesday, November 26, 7.30PM
Leighton House Museum
12 Holland Park Road, LONDON UK

Regina Freire, soprano
Tomás Matos, piano

Illustrated talk by Patrick Bade

Music by
Cláudio Carneyro
Claude Debussy
Federico Longas
Enrique Granados
Xavier Montsalvatge

Read More


Russian Elegy Banner Final.jpg

RUSSIAN ELEGY

Wednesday, December 4, 7.30PM
Bohemian National Hall
321 E 73rd St, New York, NY 10021

Misha Keylin, violin
Zlatomir Fung, cello
Pavel Nersessian, piano

Illustrated talk by Stephen Johnson

Lyadov — Pieces for piano
Glinka — Trio Pathétique
Tchaikovsky — Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50

Read More

Tickets $45


2019-2020

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

 
Artists4 copy.jpg
Artists5.jpg
Artists1 copy.jpg
Artists4.jpg
GP.jpg
 
 
Artists3 copy 2.jpg
Artists3 copy.jpg
 

LG+Aspect+Foundation9949-Benjamin+chasteen.jpg

ABOUT US

Aspect Chamber Music Series was established to introduce and promote a novel concert format – ‘Music in Context’. We aim to transform a traditionally auditory experience into a fusion of various art forms, creating a thought-provoking amalgam of performance, lecture, and discussion, so as to present not only a recital, but an inspiring synthesis of music, art history and social culture.

Our central objectives are to support and promote artists, to enlighten and inspire audiences through intellectually charged collaborations between musicians and speakers, and to forge meaningful and lasting connections between artist, audience and repertoire.

It’s more than a concert…


press


follow us


Aspect+Foundation6954-Benjamin+chasteen.jpg

Support Us

Our idea to establish a non-profit chamber music concert series has been met with great enthusiasm. We pride ourselves on being about art for art’s sake. Therefore, our approach to programming is completely non-commercial and the success of our series depends solely on the support of our audience, in every possible sense.

Donate