The Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival announces the continuation of its 2020 season, with four November digital concerts, each featuring different performers and programs.
Audience members must register to attend on the festival website (www.TrinityAlps CMF.org) and ticket prices are on a “pay-what-you-want” sliding scale. This organization has been dedicated to making classical music accessible to all audiences, and over 90 percent of its support comes from the generosity of music lovers in this way.
The remaining concerts this month include:
► At 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, the evening concert will offer a chance to hear from two of the festival’s most prolific musicians, cellist Charles Akert and violinist Philip Brezina. Akert will be streaming his performance of Bach’s Cello Suite No. 4 from his home in Fairbanks, Alaska, and Brezina will be joined by pianist Ian Scarfe in performances from their soon-to-be released new album, “Violin Romances.”
► At 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, the festival will again welcome an international performer, this time Owen Weaver, a percussionist based in Bergen, Norway. Also on the program will be San Francisco cellist Hannah Addario-Berry performing Bach’s Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor.
The festival is dedicated to supporting musicians during this time, and encourages all of its music fans to tune in and offer support as well. Contributions can be made online through the festival website, www.TrinityAlpsCMF.org.