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Announcing Boise Chamber Music Series 2011-12

A season of all-new faces and wide-ranging repertoire begins Sept. 30 with the Claremont Trio, a bright and beautiful young ensemble residing in New York City, playing Mozart, Shostakovich, and Mendelssohn. First winners of the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award and the only piano trio ever to win the Young Concert Artists International Auditions, the Claremonts are consistently lauded for their "aesthetic maturity, interpretive depth, and exuberance." Then in November, the famously flexible Carpe Diem String Quartet brings their mixture of original, cross-over, and classical passions to bear on a concert unlike any before experienced on the Series. The Calder Quartet—elegant, sophisticated, and current—joins us from their home base in Los Angeles on Mar. 9 and stays through Saturday morning to judge the Seventh Annual BCMS Young Artist String Quartet Competition. And finally, the long-sought-after Los Angeles Piano Quartet will appear in concert with guest oboist Mark Hill in a program of piano quartets and mixed works, from Brahms to Martinu.

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