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Classical Concerts

String OctetThe RB Library Chamber Music Series is sponsored by the Friends of the RB Library as a cultural service to the community. There is no charge and tickets are not required. Donations are encouraged to cover the costs of the musicians. The concerts are on Wednesdays, from 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM and are held in the library’s 2nd floor community room.

The following music lovers have offered monetary support as Individual Sponsors for 2017-2018:

 
  John and Millie Boaz

Harold and Lila Hower
 
  M/M Anonymus

Judy and Harvey Levine

We wish also to acknowledge two generous contributions in the memory of Ursula Gutman. $1,000 from son Jeffery Gutman and his spouse Stacy Brustin, and $500 from Ursula's husband, Stuart.

Clickhere for information about becoming a Sponsor.

All concerts are on Wednesdays, starting at 6:15 PM. Tickets are not required. Children 7 and older may attend with a parent. Concerts are supported by free-will donations, a grant from the Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation, and sponsors, including the Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library.


2017-2018 Chamber Concert Schedule

  • Wednesday, September 27 - Ardor Trio
  • Wednesday, October 25 - Camerada Quartet with flute, violin, cello and piano
  • Wednesday, November 15 - Highland String Quartet, featuring Dvorak's "American" Quartet
  • Wednesday, November 29 (5th Wednesday) - Sophie Webber (cello) and Ines Irawati (piano)
  • Wednesday, January 24 - Orvieto Piano Trio
  • Wednesday, February 28 - Aviara Piano Trio
  • Wednesday, March 28 - Erin Breene (cello) and Ines Irawati (piano)
  • Wednesday, April 25 - Camarada Trio to Present The Art of Viola, Flute & Piano. Here is a detailed program.
  • Wednesday, May 23 - West Coast Wind Quintet

To receive reminder e-mails, send an e-mail to rbconcerts@earthlink.net.


Note - Because of the Fire Safety Code, seating is limited. The limit will be enforced so please arrive early to assure yourself of a seat.


In the case of good books, the point is not how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.
Mortimer J. Adler, philosopher, educator, and author (1902-2001)