America’s Dream Chamber Artists Opens Series on Sept. 19 - Hamilton College

America’s Dream Chamber Artists Opens Series on Sept. 19

America's Dream Chamber Artists
America's Dream Chamber Artists
The Classical Connections Performing Arts Series at Hamilton College will present America’s Dream Chamber Artists (ADCA) as the first concert of the 2009-10 season on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts.

ADCA’s dynamic and inspiring performances represent a fresh approach to chamber music that challenges tradition, taking one right to the core of what chamber music was always meant to be by removing the formality of the concert hall and replacing it with a more personal relationship with the audience. ADCA is changing the face of chamber music by presenting chamber music in a renewed and energized manner, making it approachable and enjoyable to all kinds of audiences.

Founded in New York City by cellist Arash Amini and flutist Eveline Kuhn, ADCA presents programs of chamber music masterworks, ranging from the Baroque to Contemporary periods. The Hamilton program will include works by Mozart and Dvorak as well as Benjamin Britten and Paul Schoefield.

ADCA’s 54 artist members are an elite group of the country’s most superb, young musicians, representing an enormous diversity of classical music backgrounds. They travel from all over the U.S. and abroad to perform in ADCA and include numerous past winners of the Avery Fisher Career Grant and international solo and chamber music competitions. They have performed at the most prominent music festivals in the world. Seven members of America’s Dream Chamber Artists will travel to Clinton to perform at Hamilton College.

Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $10 for senior citizens and $5 for students. All seating is general admission. For more information or tickets call the box office at (315) 859-4331 or visit

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