Along with exemplary playing by founding members Delores Stevens (piano) and Susan Greenberg (flute), Chamber Music Palisades consistently presents outstanding guest artists in interesting and innovative programs.
The sounds are good from the Palisades! Congratulations to Chamber Music Palisades on 17 great years, and a tip of the hat to acknowledge their important contribution to the musical culture of Los Angeles.
The transcription worked beautifully in Susan Greenberg's sweetly articulated renditions supported by Delores Stevens on a rapturous piano.
Pianist Delores Stevens and the Lyris Quartet made the Schumann the most arresting of the evening's performances.
Delores Stevens was prominent among the five star performers.
Chamber Music Palisades is a worthy series.
Alan Chapman commentary...was both informative and entertaining.
Delores Stevens played the piano part effortlessly.
Chamber Music Palisades has provided a magnificent opening to their 2010/11 season.
... the overall description of ‘delicious’ would not be excessive... wit, wisdom, sarcasm, tenderness, sheer delight[!]; Hurrah, Palisades!
Pianist Stevens and flutist Greenberg performed with their "usual panache and musical projection.
Technically wondrous pianist Stevens plays with equal power and refinement.
There are lots of little chamber music societies around, but Chamber Music Palisades is one that seems to be getting things right.
...the [Telemann] suite found flutist Susan Greenberg shining most brightly.
Bright and seasoned professionalism. Unhackneyed repertoire and a sense of community.
Chamber Music Palisades is in the top tier of Los Angeles ensembles... Chamber Music Palisades is a jewel of our local scene... The musicianship is of the highest caliber.
Susan Greenberg's flute was again the protagonist, a lonely bird in flight...a languorous singer...a Latin lover.
Golub...world premiere...was performed with great flair and sensitivity by oboist Anne Marie Gabriele.