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Garrick Ohlsson, Pianist
Concert information to be determined

Young Musician's Festival

The Young Musicians Festival is a non-competitive performance event for school-aged music students. It is held annually under the auspices of The Schubert Club of Fairfield County, Inc., a nonprofit organization promoting music education in the community. The Festival Committee, a department of The Schubert Club, and the volunteer services of more than one hundred private music teachers in the area make this event possible

Concert Lecture Series


Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, all the performances will be presented via Zoom.
If you wish to attend any concert, you will need to register 24 hours prior to the performance.

To register, please contact Moira Schur Craw at

Upon registration, you will receive an email containing instructions and a link to join the concert.

The time for each concert is 10:00AM - 12:00PM

Schubert Club Events

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Online Pillow Concert with Pianist Amy Yang

Suzuki Music Schools Online

The Suzuki Music Schools "Pillow Concert" concert season continues on January 24th, 2021 with pianist Amy Yang, hailed by The Washington Post as a “jaw-dropping pianist who steals the show…with effortless finesse”.

Our family-friendly "Pillow Concerts" give young children

Online Master Class with Violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Suzuki Music Schools Online

On January 31st, watch and listen as internationally acclaimed concert violinist, recording artist, educator, and philanthropist Rachel Barton Pine works with four outstanding Suzuki Music Schools students.

The New York Times heralds Pine as “Striking and charismatic…she

Concert Lecture Series – Anyssa Neumann

Friday, February 12, 2021

Classical Music in the Films of Ingmar Bergman: a Lecture-Recital

Swedish director Ingmar Bergman’s love of classical music deeply informed his life and work. In this lecture-recital, pianist and musicologist Anyssa Neumann explores the appearance, function,

Concert Lecture Series – Jose Ramon Garcia

Friday, March 19, 2021
In Waltz’s Time

​The emergence of the waltz as the predominant dance style in 19th century Europe occurred in a context surrounded by controversy. Far from the solemn character of

Concert Lecture Series – Dr. Lisa Yui

Friday, May 14, 2021

Carl Maria Weber and Jan Ladislav Dussek - The Early Romantics
In this lecture-presentation, Dr. Lisa Yui discusses the life and music of Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812) and Carl Maria Weber (1786-1826).

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