Drew University’s da Camera professional concert series presents high quality music from intimate genres appropriate to the spectacularly delicate acoustics of our Concert Hall, performed by professional artists. These professional artists are drawn to the Concert Hall for its acoustics and have all recorded CDs in the hall. It is from these recording sessions that the performances you hear are drawn. All concerts begin at 8:00 pm with a pre concert conversation with the artists at 7:15 pm.

2017 Season

Aureole11Saturday, October 1st, 8:00 pm

Aureole Trio

The da Camera Concert Series continues at the Concert Hall, beginning this year with the Aureole Trio. Musicians Laura Gilbert, Mary Hammann, and Stacey Shames unite the serenity of the flute, viola, and harp to bring a peaceful, ethereal tone to classical music. Whether they play Celtic, Latin, or Indian music, their sound is sure to soothe and astound.


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Saturday, November 19th, 8:00 pmSamir11

Samir Chatterjee, Tabla

Tabla player Samir Chatterjee brings traditional Indian music to the Concert Hall stage. The table, a percussion instrument used primarily in Indian classical music, is a centerpiece in Mr. Chatterjee’s performance. Mr. Chatterjee is a widely-renowned tabla player, and he is also well-known for his non-profit organization Chhandayan, which focuses on preserving Indian classical music.

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morgenstern_trio_with_pianoSaturday, February 18th, 8:00 pm

Morgenstern Trio

To name a piano trio after the popular nineteenth century German poet Christian Morgenstern was the inspiration of Catherine Klipfel, piano, Stefan Hempel, violin, and Emanuel Wehse, cellist, who met during their studies at the Folkwang Conservatory in Essen, Germany.

After only two short years of working together, the Morgenstern Trio emerged on the German Music Scene by being awarded top prizes and awards, such as the prestigious US Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio Award in 2010. For the twenty prize concerts, the Morgenstern Trio has received superlative reviews and immediate re-invitations for following seasons. This prize catapulted them onto the scene in the USA with performances in Washington, DC’s Kennedy Center and at Carnegie Hall and other venues in NY, followed by concerts in such cities as Chicago, Detroit, Kalamazoo, Carmel, Louisville, Lexington, to Palm Beach. The Washington Post wrote: “the group displayed a unanimity, polished technique and musical imagination that I thought had vanished from the scene with the demise of the Beaux Arts Trio”.

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