2022-2023 “Artist Series” Season Features Three World-Class Performances
All concerts occur on Tuesdays at 2 p.m. and last from 90 minutes to two hours, with a 15-minute intermission.
All concerts occur in Laurel Heights United Methodist Church, 227 W. Woodlawn Avenue in Monte Vista. Free parking is readily available. Seating is first come-first served; handicapped seating available.
FULL SEASON SUBSCRIPTION: Season passes are $75 each for three tickets PLUS a bonus ticket for a total of four tickets.
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS: Individual tickets are $25 each and can be purchased HERE August 15 or later and/or at the door approximately one hour before each concert.
Students are FREE at all concerts, with proper ID.
To order tickets, purchase online HERE or call 210/710-7582 for order form.
2022-2023 TMC Artist Series Schedule
October 18, 2022 | 2:00 PM
Canada’s Rolston String Quartet, first prize winner of the Banff International String Quartet Competition, and 2018 recipient and first international ensemble chosen for the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award from Chamber Music America, continues to receive worldwide acclaim. Toronto Concert Reviews writes of its “elite status among the continent’s finest string quartets.” Three-time Grammy nominated clarinetist David Shifrin, in demand as soloist, recitalist and chamber music collaborator, joins the quartet for this special concert. Click here for complete bios.
November 15, 2022 | 2:00 PM
Characterized by the Philadelphia Inquirer as a “poet…[with] an expressive edge to his playing that charms, questions, and coaxes,” American pianist Daniel Hsu is increasingly recognized for his easy virtuosity and bold musicianship. He captured the bronze medal and prizes for best performance of both the commissioned work and chamber music at the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, and is a bronze medalist of the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition. This young pianist continues to make his mark across the U.S. and Japan. Click here for complete bio.
January 31, 2023 | 2:00 PM
Cuban-American soprano Elena Villalón is described as having “a voice with considerable warmth and mellifluous legato tone, but also weight and breadth” by Washington Classical Review. She is a 2019 Grand Finals winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions; recently took home several prizes in the Hans Gabor Belvedere Competition—including Second Prize, Audience Prize, CS Prize, and the Wil Keune Prize; 2022 Sara Tucker Career Grant from the Richard Tucker Music Foundation; and the Richard F. Gold career grant from Houston Grand Opera. In concert, Elena recently appeared as the Vocal Arts DC Emerging Artist, performing at the Kennedy Center. In 2022-2023 season, she will join the ensemble of Oper Frankfurt, debuting as Iole in Hercules in a new production by Barrie Kosky as well as Atalanta in Xerxes. She will return to Houston Grand Opera as Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, The Dallas Opera as Gretel in Hansel und Gretel, and the Queen of Sheba in Solomon for an international tour with The English Concert and Harry Bicket. Click here for complete bio.
For bio on pianist Bin Yu Sanford, pianist, click here.
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We look forward to welcoming you at our upcoming concerts.
Anna C. Armstrong, MD • Artist Series Chair
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Funding Our Mission: To fund our mission of promoting the performance of music as a fine art by keeping ticket prices low and allowing students for free, please consider these "Giving Levels" to support the Artist Series:
Contributors will be noted in the Artist Series programs under the appropriate giving level, if they so desire. All contributions are tax-deductible; call 210-710-7582 or by paying online HERE.
The Tuesday Musical Club will continue to monitor recommendations of the CDC, city/state regulations and Laurel Heights United Methodist Church’s safety protocols, and will act accordingly when concert dates near.