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Letter to Brahms – Concert June 1st, 2017


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On Thursday, June 1st in NYC we will be presenting “Letter to Brahms” with all four movements of the Brahms g minor piano quartet this time.

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Reservations: WWW.ElsewhereNYC.bpt.me

All the proceeds from this concert will be given to The Karam Foundation – dedicated to providing aid that matters and finding the most effective and impactful ways to help the Syrian people.


March 18th, 2017 at the Festival International de Musique Max Van der Linden in Belgium

The Elsewhere Ensemble will be performing The Happy Prince at 3pm and Letter to Brahms (with the entire Brahms g minor piano quartet) at 8pm.

For more information: Festival Max Van Der Linden, Belgium




BROKEN HEARTS – a concert for piano quartet and actor

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 2016 at 7:30pm in NYCbroken-hearts-facebook-event-bannerCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS


BROKEN HEARTS – Concert in NYC, Weds, December 14th, 2016 at 7:30pm


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Concert in the courtyard of the Château de Machy (near Lyon, France) Sunday, July 3rd at 9pm



Reading/Concert in New York Weds June 22nd at 7pm

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Weds June 22rd at 7pm. At The Theater at Blessed Sacrament Church, 152 West 71st street. Come be a part of the process!  “Letter to Brahms” is a new work, a monologue which culminates in the beautiful 3rd movement of the Brahms g minor piano quartet. It will be followed by excerpts from The Happy Prince – composed for piano quartet (violin, viola, cello and piano) and narrator based on the Oscar Wilde story.  Actor MacIntyre Dixon is the narrator. The evening will last roughly an hour and all are welcome. Admission: free donation.
with Judy Pang – piano; Colin Pip Dixon – violin; Arnaud Ghillebaert – viola; Jeremy Lamb – cello; MacIntyre Dixon – narrator