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Mission: The Yellowstone Chamber Players is a performing group of professional musicians living in the Billings area. Unique in the state of Montana, this group has flexibility and personnel to present a wide variety of chamber music, from string quartets, piano quintets,and wind quintets to small ensembles employing voice, and guitar. And since chamber music is actually meant to be played in chambers or smaller rooms, the Chamber Players do not require large concert halls in which to play. In fact, they prefer more intimate places like art galleries, recital halls or churches. Their repertoire includes music from all eras, early Baroque to Contemporary.


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The Yellowstone Chamber Players 


Sunday, November 13 at 3:00 PM, at the 

Yellowstone Art Museum. 


The program will open with the Piano Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 56 by Jan Dussek who is best known as a composer of music for piano. The work was written in 1802, and is typical of the Vienna Classical era, with very early romanticism appearing. 


A very contrasting style will be heard in the Three Madrigals for Violin and Viola by Bohuslav Martinu, written in 1947. 


The program will conclude with the String Quartet No. 1 in c minor, Op.9, by Max Bruch written in 1858 in the style of the mid Romantic. 


Performers will be:

 Mary LaMonaca and Kathy Griffin, violins; 

Amy Letson, viola; 

Mary McCullough, cello; 

and Delores Vigesaa, piano. 


Admission at the door: $10 adult, $5 student. 




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