Music in the Chamber
Every third Friday from February to June. Concerts begin at 8 p.m.
Council Chambers, George A. Purefoy Municipal Center
6101 Frisco Square Boulevard
Each intimate concert will be held in the Council Chambers, a state-of-the-art, acoustically designed space by architects associated with NYC’s Radio City Music Hall.
$10 for Frisco residents | $15 for nonresidents
Ages 8 and up are welcome.
February 17 – Oliver Rajamani
Internationally acclaimed musician Oliver Rajamani kicks off the 2023 season with his signature musical style influenced by the Romani (Gypsy) Indian diaspora, his home-state of Texas, and his global travel. From jazz to Carnatic classical vocal music to flamenco, this concert will fuse Indian and Western cultures musically in ways that the audience has likely never seen before!
March 17 – Lumedia Musicworks
Lumedia Musicworks, an early classical ensemble, will juxtapose Celtic fiddling tunes with Baroque masterpieces of a similar flavor in its upcoming concert: A New Celtic Journey. Celtic folk songs will feature vocalists who share an affinity for this music.
“The sources of inspiration for this collection vary widely, from the usual fair maidens and lonely isles to Cupid, sparrows and fishers of seaweed. It’s definitely going to be eclectic,” said Artistic Director Julianna Emanski.
The ensemble performs on instruments made to look and sound like those used when Irish fiddling was born. The song lyrics include English and Gaelic. Rumor has it that one traditional Celtic tune on the program, “Carolan’s Dream”, was the inspiration for Led Zeppelin's “Stairway to Heaven”. French Baroque tambourins, Irish reels and an Appalachian folk song contribute to the Journey.
April 21 – Frisco Chorale - FREE Concert
The Frisco Chorale will thrill, connect, and energize the audience with great classical and modern choral music with their LOVE concert. Directed by Kendall Carter, this performance is a special FREE show for our Music in the Chamber series! Please reserve your seat at the link below so we can ensure there is sufficient seating.
May 19 – The Vermillion Duet
Established in 2020, the award-winning Vermillion Duet is comprised of Louisiana-based, Taiwanese-American flutist Yuh-Jiun Melody Wan and Korean clarinetist, Janghyun Thomas Kim. The duo will be accompanied by Daeun Kim on piano.
June 16 – Christopher McGuire & the Allegro Guitar Society
Guitarist Christopher McGuire and friends from the Allegro Guitar Society will showcase a variety of music from the Baroque era, Brazil, and arrangements of Beatles songs.