Nixon Library Junior Chamber Music Honors Showcase Recital

The Richard Nixon Library 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, CA, United States

Join Emily & Kaitlin for their performance of Mariachitlán for piano duet by Juan Pablo Contreras, alongside Junior Chamber Music Honors ensembles.

Sat. 2/25 @ 7pm: The Webster-Zuber Sisters perform for The Da Camera Society

Chamber Music OC 23666 Birtcher Dr., Lake Forest, CA, United States

Emily and Kaitlin are the opening act for the critically acclaimed Trio Céleste! TRIO CÉLESTE Saturday, February 25 at 7pm Orange County, CA Program The Webster-Zuber Sisters Claude Debussy - Petite Suite, L. 65 for piano duet Trio Céleste Bedřich Smetana – Piano Trio in G minor, Op.19 Frank Martin – "Gigue" from Trio sur des mélodies populaires irlandaises Felix Mendelssohn Read More

$30 – $75

JCM Distinguished Masterclass with Fabio Bidini: Sat., 3/11 @ 3-5pm

Zuber Residence Mar Vista, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Saturday, March 11 at 3pm Webster-Zuber Residence in Mar Vista Emily & Kaitlin will workshop Reverie, Blues, and Elegy for two pianos by Ian Krouse in a JCM Distinguished Masterclass with Colburn Conservatory Piano Chair, Fabio Bidini.

JCM LA Branch Final Concert: Saturday, 4/1 @ 3pm

Barrett Hall, Pasadena Conservatory 100 North Hill Avenue, Pasadena, CA, United States

Double the Fun: The Webster-Zuber Sisters at two pianos! Barrett Hall, Pasadena Conservatory of Music (100 North Hill Avenue, Pasadena, California 91106) Join Emily & Kaitlin for their performance of a captivating new work for two pianos, Reverie, Blues, and Elegy for two pianos by Ian Krouse, alongside JCM LA Branch ensembles for the season's Final Concert. About the piece: Read More


Tues., 5/2 @ 8pm: UCLA Faculty Composers Concert

Schoenberg Hall at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music 445 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Schoenberg Hall, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music Tuesday, May 2 @ 8pm Experience Emily & Kaitlin perform Reverie, Blues, and Elegy for two pianos by UCLA Distinguished Professor of Composition Ian Krouse. This piece was originally commissioned by the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet to pay tribute to English singer-songwriter Nick Drake, who took his own Read More