The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: “Sunday Afternoon Live From the Chazen” resumes on Wisconsin Public Radio this Sunday. Here is a listing of performers for January through May. | January 2, 2013

By Jacob Stockinger

The winter intermission is coming to an end.

This Sunday, Jan. 6, the 34th season of the FREE chamber music series “Sunday Afternoon Live From the Chazen” resumes in Brittingham Gallery III in the Elvehjem Building of the Chazen Museum of Art on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at 850 University Avenue.


The broadcast are live from 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Wisconsin Public Radio (on WERN-FM 88.7 in the Madison area).

Here is a link to WPR’s page, though the latest concerts come later, not at the top:

Seating is free, but reservations can be made for friends of the Chazen Museum of Art and members of Wisconsin Public Radio. Here is a link to make a reservation:

At intermission, museum director Russell Panczenko and guest curator or experts usually talk with host Lori Skelton about a current art exhibit. (Right now there is a retrospective of prints from the UW Tandem Press and a collection of German and Austrian prints 1895-1920.) Those talks are also available as podcasts.

After the concert, coffee, tea and cookies are provided so that audience members can mingle with the musicians and with each other.

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Here is the list to save or copy into your datebook:

 January 2013 
6 Nathan Wysock, guitarRochberg: American BouquetHarrison: Serenade for GuitarBeaser: ShenandoahYork: Emergence
13 Benjamin Whitcomb, cello; Myung-Hee Chung, pianist
20 Prometheus Trio
27 Wausau Conservatory of Music Faculty
 February 2013 
3 Ancia Saxophone Quartet
10 Madison Bach Musicians (below)
17 Pro Arte Quartet
24 UW-Whitewater Faculty
 March 2013 
3 Parry Karp, cello (below); Eli Kalman, piano
10 Lawrence Chamber Players
17 Rountree Ensemble
24 Namji Kim, piano
 April 2013 
7 Neale-Silva Young Artists Competition Winners’ Recital
14 Wisconsin Brass Quintet
21 Paul Kosower, cello; Paula Kosower, cello; Kuang-Hao Huang, piano
28 Pro Arte Quartet
 May 2013 
5 Mark Fink, oboe and Friends
12 Kangwon Kim, violin

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