Neskowin Chamber Music opens its 2021-2022 season on Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3 p.m. with a concert by mezzo-soprano Kindra Scharich and pianist Jeffrey Ladeur. Masks are required.

Scharich has been praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for her “exuberant vitality,” “fearless technical precision,” “deep-rooted pathos” and “irrepressible musical splendor.” She has performed more than 200 songs in 12 languages and given solo recitals. Enthusiastic about working with modern composers, she has premiered works by Elinor Armer, Kurt Erickson, Janis Mattox and Anno Schreier.

Praised for his “glowing sound” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “dazzling pianism” (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) LaDeur has distinguished himself as an artist of insight and integrity. Engagements at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Shanghai Conservatory, Eastman Theater, Banff Centre, and other prestigious venues were followed by an invitation from the Naumburg Foundation to make his Carnegie Hall debut. LaDeur was the pianist and founding member of the acclaimed Delphi Trio, and founder and artistic director of New Piano Collective.

Neskowin Chamber Music has been bringing world class artists to Oregon’s north coast since 1994. All Neskowin Chamber Music events take place at the chapel of Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp, located at 5195 Winema Road.

Season tickets for Neskowin Chamber Music are $130; single tickets at the door are $30. Additionally, special discounts for children and young adults are available. For more information, go to neskowinchambermusic.com or call 503-965-6499.

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