Monteverdi Music School is kicking off a new concert series, with various works and artists featured in an intimate setting on a monthly basis. Come enjoy a casual chamber music concert featuring local and international artists. Proceeds will go toward the renovation of a dedicated recital space in the Monteverdi Music School at the Center for Arts & Learning.

Friday, November 30th
Monteverdi Music School
46 Barre St, Montpelier, VT

7 pm – 8 pm
Name your own ticket price

Monteverdi Music School faculty member Chris Stork achieved his Masters Degree in Violin performance at McGill University in 2018. He has performed as Concert Master of both the McGill Symphony Orchestra opera and the Champlain Philharmonic Orchestra in 2018. As a member of the Iceberg String quartet he has won the McGill Chamber Music Competition in 2017 which sent them to a festival in the Netherlands and residency in Calgary Canada at the Banff Center of fine arts 2018. He has also won residency in the south of France with his Piano Trio at the Zodiac Music Festival in 2017. As a soloist chris has been a two time winner of the Chandler Hall Next Generation Competition, a two time finalist in the Vermont Young Musicians Award, and has played solo with the Vermont Philharmonic.

A graduate of Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music, Russell Iceberg is currently pursuing his master’s degree at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, studying with Andrew Wan of the Montréal Symphony. Russell has performed as soloist with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and the Academy of Saint Ceclia Youth Orchestra in Damascus, Maryland. Russell was a finalist in the McGill Classical Concerto Competition 2017 and first prizewinner of the McGill Chamber Music Competition as a member of the Iceberg String Quartet. With the Iceberg String Quartet, Russell has participated in residencies and performances at the Royal Conservatory at The Hague in The Netherlands, as well as at the Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity.