Dominic Cheli – Hanson-Koobs Chamber Music Series

Starting on February 24, 2022 4:00 pm
Posted by Daniel McCullough
Categories: PianoFest
Tags: Classical

Hanson-Koobs Chamber Music Series

NOTE DATE/VENUE CHANGE: Thursday, February 24, 2022

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the university's move to online operations during the month of January, the Hanson-Koobs performance previously scheduled for January 30 in Hole Memorial Auditorium will instead be recorded and streamed online on February 24 at the links below. Access is free.

When: 7:00 p.m. (PST)
Where: La Sierra University 'Watch Live'
La Sierra University Department of Music Facebook Live

The Hanson-Koobs Chamber Music Series will feature Grace Park, violin, Erik Arvinder, violin, (2021 American Pianists Awards finalist) Dominic Cheli, piano, Los Angeles Philharmonic Principal Cellist Robert deMaine, Los Angeles Philharmonic Assistant Principal Violist Ben Ullery, with violinist and series founder Jason Uyeyama, La Sierra University's director of string studies and player with the LA Phil.

Program repertoire will consist of String Quartet in D Major KV 499, “Hoffmeister" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, String Quartet No. 7 in F# minor, Op. 108 by Dmitri Shostakovich, and Piano Quintet in A Major Op. 81 by Antonín Dvorak.


Ticket Prices and Information

Tickets: TBA
Ticket prices: TBA
Information: Call 951-785-2036 or email
University address: 4500 Riverwalk Parkway, Riverside, Calif., 92505

Covid-19 protocol:
In order to attend La Sierra University Department of Music performances, proof of vaccination will be required. Guests must be fully vaccinated (have received the dose of Johnson & Johnson or their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna) two weeks prior to the date of the event.
Your ticket, either printed or on your phone, must be presented along with your physical or digital vaccination card at the security booth at the university front entrance in order to gain access to campus. Masks must be worn indoors at all times. 

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