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Chamber Music Society of San Francisco featuring Kay Stern – House Concert

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Date(s) - 04/17/2016
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

House Concert


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Kay Stern, concertmaster of the SF Opera orchestra, joins the Chamber Music Society of SF for Mozart’s exquisite C Major Viola Quintet. Enjoy this plus Mendelssohn String Quartet in A minor, op. 13 in the setting of a gorgeous home in the Richmond district in SF. Come a early to enjoy a glass of wine and get settled; stay after to mingle with the artists!

  • Kay Stern — violin (guest artist)
  • Natasha Makhijani — violin
  • Jory Fankuchen — violin, viola
  • Clio Tilton — viola
  • Samsun van Loon — cello


Founded in the spring of 2013, the Chamber Music Society of San Francisco was born out of a collective desire to perform the great chamber music repertoire. Dedicated to bringing these masterworks to diverse audiences, CMSSF is passionate about concertizing in intimate settings, creating close connections between performers and listeners, and cultivating a relationship between music and audiences that extends far beyond the perimeter of the concert hall.

CMSSF brings together Bay Area musicians of diverse musical experience. They can be heard performing with the San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, Santa Rosa Symphony, Magik*Magik Orchestra, as well as many other chamber ensembles, including early music, jazz, tango, and pop.

Founding members Natasha Makhijani, Jory Fankuchen, Clio Tilton and Samsun van Loon came together through their mutual love of the late Beethoven String Quartets. As CMSSF evolves, highlights of its third season include collaboration with guest artists and performances of larger and more diverse repertoire.

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