2024 Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 Concert Series

Marta Aznavoorian performs the
Beethoven Third Piano Concerto

April 12

7:30 pm Friday

Nichols Concert Hall
Music Institute of Chicago

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April 13

3 pm Saturday

Concert Hall
Wheaton College

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April 14

3 pm Sunday

Adventist Church

Tickets for the April 14 Aznavoorian Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3

In a stunning program Marta Aznavoorian performs the Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 with Camerata Chicago. Conducted by Maestro Drostan Hall, Camerata Chicago will also perform Dvorak’s New World Symphony No. 9 and the William Tell Overture by Rossini.

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Newspaper Articles

April 4 – “Chicago chamber group visits town”

By Ken Knutson – The Hinsdalean Magazine

An excellent article published today (April 4) about our concert in Hinsdale on April 14 at 3pm.


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March 30 – “Wheatons Camerata Chicago Plans Fiery Milestone Concerts”

By Renee Tomell – Shaw Local

Have a read of this excellent article by Renee Tomell of Shaw Local published this morning (March 30, 2024) about our upcoming concerts April 12 – 14 in Evanston, Wheaton and Hinsdale.

We will perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 3 with pianist Marta Aznavoorian and Dvorak’s New World Symphony.


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Drostan Hall conducting Camerata Chicago on October 28, 2023. Photo Credit Daniel Andersen

Drostan Hall conducting Camerata Chicago on October 28, 2023. Photo Credit Daniel Andersen


Marta Aznavoorian, pianist

Marta has performed in Chicago’s most prestigious venues and concertized throughout the United States and abroad. She has soloed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, New World Symphony, Aspen Concert Orchestra, San Angelo Symphony, and San Diego Symphony. She has worked with renowned conductors including Sir Georg Solti, Lukas Foss, and Michael Tilson Thomas. Her solo recitals have included performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Sydney Opera House, Steinway Hall, Weill Hall, Caramoor Festival, Tanglewood Festival, Music in the Loft, Dame Myra Hess Series, and Green Lake Music Festival.

She has won first prize in numerous national and local competitions, including the Seventeen/General Motors National Competition, Aspen Music Festival Competition, at the Union League Civic and Arts Foundation, and by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, which made her a Presidential Scholar. She has enjoyed collaborative performances with top artists including the Pacifica Quartet, Julian Rachlin, Robert Chen, Colin Carr, Stefan Milenkovich, and Jennifer Frautschi.