Timeless Concerts is unlike anything else in North Texas! Professional musicians perform chamber music in a relaxed atmosphere with warmth and humor including classical to contemporary to international music, piano, strings and sometimes vocalists.
The hour-long concerts are followed by a party accompanied by our pianist/vocalist, who takes your requests. Dance if you wish to pop standards from the big band era to today’s musicals or jazz. Complimentary desserts, fruits, cheese, and soft drinks. Doors open 30 minutes prior to concert.
This concert series is produced by LeeAnne Chenoweth, a violinist employed by Ft. Worth Symphony before beginning her concert production career. Ms. Chenoweth is also in demand as a contractor of musicians for special events, organizing Dallas/Fort Worth area string quartets, trios, and other ensembles for corporate events, weddings, grand openings, wine tastings and more.
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Concert Dates Include:
Saturday, April 22, 2017. 8:00 pm
Journey down the Danube
"Journey down the Danube" Sat. April 22, 2017 8pm Location: ARLINGTON Museum of Art - 201 W Main St, Arlington, TX 76010 - Tickets $29 Adult, $80 Private tables for 2 , $25 Senior and $15 college.
Some of the greatest and most famous music of all time has been composed in the countries along the Danube River in Europe; one automatically thinks of Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss, whose music will be included on this concert. We will also perform music of lesser known composers who lived along this iconic river, such as Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly, whose music reflects his love of Hungarian gypsy folk tunes. Don't miss the river boat!
Performers: Kang-Chenoweth-Smith trio with tenor Don O'Neal LeBlanc and soprano Judith Rodriguez
Saturday July 15, 8:00 pm The Sound of Music In Austria!
The Sound of Music In Austria! Sat. July15. 2017 8pm Location:
at the ARLINGTON Museum of Art - 201 W Main St, Arlington, TX 76010 - $34 general (includes raffle ticket)
$15 college student
youth under 18 free
We are excited to introduce the Trio Phantasy of Austrian composer Joseph Marx (1882-1964) to our audience! Marx, born in Graz, the capital of Austria, studied violin, cello and piano, and took degrees in philosophy and art history, all the while composing music at Graz University. Most of his compositions were art songs, and gained such popularity, that he was hailed the successor to Schubert and Hugo Wolf as song composer. On the strength of these works, he obtained the position of professor of theory at the Vienna Music Academy. He also was an adviser to the Turkish government in laying the foundations of a conservatory in Ankara. Marx's music drew from many sources. He could be called a late romantic impressionist. Although one can hear certain affinities with the music of Debussy, Ravel, Respighi, Richard Strauss, Brahms, and Mahler, his sound is nonetheless his own. Long out of print, his trio is now available by the specialists in rare sheetmusic; Editionsilvertrust. Short clips of this work can be heard at www.editionsilvertrust.com, a favorite source of Ms. Chenoweth for the music of Timeless Concerts. Of course, we cannot have an Austrian themed concert without including music of the famous musical, that portrayed the Von Trapp family of Austria! The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein! We promise at least one sing-along! Post-concert party pianist: Steve Stroud.
Saturday September 22, 8:00 pm Evening in Latin America
FRIDAY Sept. 22, 8:00 pm, “Evening in Latin America” located at the Arlington Museum of Art on Main Street, downtown Arlington. $34,27,15. The Chenoweth-Kang-Smith Trio plus tenor Don O’Neal LeBlanc and Judith Rodriguez.
This concert will feature many songs of the Latin American composers, whose song writing was more prominent than chamber music composition. The Chenoweth-Kang-Smith Trio will perform the only trio work written by Manuel Ponce of Mexico; his songs will be performed as well. Other composers featured will be Juan Gabriel and Carlos Gardel of Mexico, Astor Piazzolla and Alberto Ginastera of Argentina, and more.
Quote taken from one of our many admiring supporters.
"Musically, Timeless Concert’s evening fed my “classy” side and my “sassy” side: a feat never before accomplished at a single event. Brilliant musicians orchestrated a stellar performance, not in Ft. Worth, Dallas or Austin as you might expect, but right here in the arts’ district of downtown Arlington....I wished for more time. I wished for an instant replay of the beauty I heard."
Valentines Day Concert
Please try to purchase concert seats at least 1 week in advance. If closer to concert date, please call for availability. (Please see the website or call 817-480-2039. Please call only 9am-9pm daily as this is a residence.). Limited seating availability.
Seating limited. >> Purchase tickets onlineor contact us to pay by check, make checks payable to Timeless Concerts. For more information, call us at 817-480-2039, 9am-9pm daily.
Violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth shared the stage with Yo-yo Ma
when he performed Dvorak cello concerto with Waco Symphony
Valentines dancers, Johnny Ferraro and Jessica Stewart
NEW Student Rate: 1 youth from age 11 to 18 may attend FREE with 2 paying adults. IF paying online, order 2 tickets and call 817-480-2039, daily 9am-9pm to let us know that there will be 3 persons attending.
College-Age SPECIAL!: Those from age 18-22 may attend for $15.
Senior-Citizen SPECIAL!: For those attending age 60+, all $29 concerts are $25. See the "Purchase" page for details.
Couples Private Table for Two: Price varies by concert