1 March 2015

Noe Valley Chamber Music

I’ve been a Noe Valley Chamber Music subscriber since i met Tiffany Loewenberg at the Noe Valley Farmers’ Market several years ago.  Tiffany is their executive director and combines a great love for chamber music with the organizational skills to provide it to the public.

They arrange approximately a dozen chamber music concerts every year, most of which are at the Noe Valley Ministry, which has also distinguished itself by providing its parking lot for the Noe Valley Farmers’ Market and facilitating the sale of that lot to the public to provide the Noe Valley Town Square.

While all are devoted to chamber music, their programs are eclectic, ranging from favorite trios by the greats to a concert featuring a virtuoso performer on the didgeridoo.  Yes, the didgeridoo.  Here’s a sample.

The most recent concert i attended featured pianist Jeffrey LaDeur playing works by Debussy, Szymanowski, Chopin, Aminikia, and concluding with Schubert’s finger-breaking Sonata in G major D.894.  A breathtaking performance although not quite as well attended as Dolores park that lovely Sunday afternoon.

Dolores Park on a Sunday in February

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