How can we process what humanity has been through since early 2020? We are all scarred by loss, fear, grief, and division, even as we all turn our eyes to see a brighter future.

We invite you to an understanding beyond words in an extraordinary new season of themed programs conveying Hope, Remembrance, Endurance, Faith and more. Join us for Mount Vernon Music’s remarkable 16th season of Ways Forward.

Please go to our Season Brochure page to view the brochure of the 2021-2022 season, or click on the image on the right.

At this time, in keeping with industry standards for the safety of our performers and you, our audience members, we respectfully request and require that you wear a mask/face covering in Mount Vernon Music Hall, including during performances, regardless of vaccination status. Masks/face coverings must be worn over both the mouth and nose. Mount Vernon Music will provide disposable masks for attendees if needed.

Please note that acceptable masks exclude the following:
Masks with slits, exhalation valves, or punctures
Face shields 
Bandanas, scarves, ski masks, or balaclavas
Shirt or sweater collars (e.g., turtleneck collars) pulled up over the mouth and nose
Masks made from a single layer or thin fabric that do not block light

Upcoming concerts in October

Reflection: What Makes Us Strong

American music for clarinets, strings and piano

Chick Corea –  Addendum for violin, cello and piano
Benedikt Brydern – Appalachian Trail for two violins
Mason Bates – Ford’s Farm for violin and piano
Kenji Bunch – Dies Irie for violin, cello and piano
Philip Glass – String Quartet No. 4
            Intermission
Till Meyn – Canzoni di Fiori for two clarinets and string quartet WORLD PREMIERE
George Gershwin – Rhapsody in Blue for piano and string quartet

 

Victoria Luperi and Ivan Petruzziello, clarinets; Mark Miller and Elizabeth Beck, violins; Ute Miller, viola; Laura Ospina, cello; Evan Mitchell, piano

 

Saturday, October 16, 2021

7:30 pm

 

Reflection: What Makes Us Strong

 

Sunday, October 17, 2021

2:30 pm

 

Reflection: What Makes Us Strong

First Baptist Church of Farmers Branch

13017 William Dodson Pkwy, Farmers Branch, TX 75234

 

Monday, October 18, 2021

7:30 pm

 

MVM and

Spectrum Chamber Music Society

present

Spectrum East Fall Concert

 

 

 

First Jefferson Unitarian Universalist Church

1959 Sandy Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76112


Upcoming concerts in November

Remembrance

Quinn Mason – In Memory for solo viola
Richard Strauss – Morgen for soprano, violin and piano
Max Richter – Mercy for violin and piano
Charles Ives – Memories A&B for soprano and piano
David Cleary – Slowly, like a funeral march; faster from The Deeper Magic for violin and viola
Ralph Vaughan Williams – Silent Noon from The House of Life for mezzo soprano and piano
Krzysztof Penderecki – Ciaccona in Memoria Giovanni Paolo II for violin and viola
    Intermission
Aaron Copland – Sonata for violin and piano
Frank Bridge – Three Songs for mezzo-soprano, viola and piano
Corrie Donovan, soprano; Mark Miller, violin; Ute Miller, viola; Evan Mitchell, piano

 

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

1:00 pm

 

Remembrance

 

 

 

St. Rita Catholic Church

12521 Inwood Rd.

Dallas, TX 75244


All instrumental music for strings and piano by Quinn Mason, Kenji Bunch, Max Richter, David Cleary and Krzysztof Penderecki.
Mark Miller, violin; Ute Miller, viola; Laura Ospina, cello; Evan Mitchell, piano


 

Sunday, November 14, 2021

2:30 pm

 

Remembrance

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

2:30 pm

 

Remembrance

 

 

 

 

Texas A&M University-Commerce

Music Building, Finney Recital Hall


The Town Musicians Book+CD

The story of the Bremen Town Musicians like you’ve never heard before!  

Now also available as an e-Book.

 

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