Chamber Music PLUS in the Southwest

Chamber Music PLUS offers three principal programs to the Southwest:

Rhythms of LIFE (previously known as Star Studded Sundays) our unique signature series. Rhythms of LIFE is a collection of powerful and personal stories of the most celebrated artists in history. Brought to life in an entertaining blend of live theatre, visual images, and music from classical to jazz. Intimate passionate narratives crafted from original letters, memoirs and biographies. Starring the finest actors and musicians performing today. Rhythms of LIFE provide and  in-depth, multi-dimensional performance experience.

For the Love of Words and Sounds, a four event series for children, now on hiatus due to lack of available funding;

The Arizona Cultural Forum a community-wide  celebration on rotating topics that brings together the finest regional and national scholars and artists in fascinating explorations via talks, panel discussions, performances with lectures, and Q&A sessions.

Chamber Music PLUS has a history of some 600 concerts featuring over 2,500 works and has performed throughout the US, performing in every major concert hall from Carnegie Hall to the Library of Congress.

About the Founders/Directors

Cellist/playwright Harry Clark and pianist Sanda Schuldmann, in nearly three decades of music making, have appeared on every important chamber

Sanda Schuldmann & Harry Clark

Sanda Schuldmann & Harry Clark

music platform in this country. The New York Times characterizes the Duo as an “exuberant pair, exhibiting artistic rapport and expressive unity with a quality of ardent commitment that shines through their work,” and  The Washington Post comments: “leading a long line of pluses is the marvelous musical nature of everything they do,” their concerts are anticipated as events where music is experienced rather than merely listened to.

Recipient of Connecticut’s highest artistic achievement – The 2002 Governor’s Arts Award, and the LUMIE – Tucson Pima Arts Council Award in 2005, the twosome have lead the organization they founded – Chamber Music PLUS – to regional and national renown.