2022-23 Noel Foundation, Inc. Chamber Music Series

The Noel Foundation, Inc. Chamber Music Series brings together the talents of world-class guest artists and some of our top SSO musicians in intimate musical settings. General admission seats for all Chamber Music Series concerts are FREE.


Sunday, October 16 at 3 PM *Note date change*
LSUS University Center Theater

Vivaldi concertos with Theresa Zale Bridges, oboe; Ann Shoemaker, bassoon; Leslie Newman; piccolo; Karim Ayal Pool, violin; Dan Santelices, violin; Janis Adams Teague, violin; Adrienne Gabriel, viola; David Jankowski, cello; Justin Kujawksi, double bass; and Derrick Meador, harpsichord.



Piano & Strings with Aldo López-Gavilán
Sunday, November 20 at 3 PM
Anderson Auditorium, Centenary College

Pianist Aldo López-Gavilán will present solo works, followed by three Latin-influenced pieces with string quartet that you will not want to miss.




Mozart’s Requiem
Sunday, January 15 at 3 PM
Anderson Auditorium, Centenary College

Mozart’s final work will be presented in a new light―an arrangement for string sextet by Polish cellist/composer Marcin Zdunik.




William Hagen plays French Favorites
Sunday, March 5 at 3 PM
Anderson Auditorium, Centenary College

Violinist William Hagen will be joined by 2021 Wideman Silver Medalist, pianist Edward Leung, to play Franck’s Violin Sonata in A Major. Also Debussy’s String Quartet with Karim Ayala Pool, violin; Borys Smolaga, viola; and Jason Mooney, cello.



Brahms & Nielsen
Sunday, May 7 at 3 PM
RiverView Theater

SSO principal clarinetist Jake Hale and 2021 Wideman Gold Medalist Crystal Jiang will present Brahms’ moving Sonata No. 2, followed by Nielsen’s Wind Quintet with SSO’s principal wind players.