Support Beau Soir

We need your help! 

Beau Soir Ensemble’s mission is to make classical music accessible, current and exciting, inspiring a new generation to enjoy and appreciate chamber music.  As part of our commitment, we seek to introduce audiences to contemporary music by discovering exciting modern composers and commissioning new works written for our unique instrumentation of flute, viola and harp.  Beau Soir offers performances featuring world and local premieres of these extraordinary new works. Learn more about our efforts by reviewing Beau Soir Ensemble’s Current Projects below, as well as our biography and performance calendar.  We also make the compositions available for other ensembles to perform in their local communities.  In this way we hope to keep classical chamber music alive and vital.  These endeavors require a combination of fundraising and grants to bring the music to life.  Please help further our important mission.  Click here or on the link below to offer your support.  All contributions go directly to the significant costs associated with commissions of new works and premiere performances. 

 

*Contributions to support Beau Soir Ensemble’s mission are not tax deductible.

 

Current Projects:

Eduardo Angulo - “Los Mensajeros de Otoño” (Autumn Messengers) by Eduardo Angulo

We had the honor of performing the music of Angulo several years ago and were enthralled with his talent and wonderful composition.  Please visit our YouTube page to hear Beau Soir perform his music.  We are excited to announce that we have commissioned this new work to be premiered in the fall of 2022. 

On Tuesday, May 24th Beau Soir will perform music by Angulo at the Mexican Cultural Institute in a fundraising concert to support the commission and premiere performance of this new piece.  Please visit the BSE Calendar for concert details  

 

Kimberly Osberg – New Commission to begin in the summer of 2022, with a world premiere to take place in the winter of 2023.  It is an honor to work with an emerging talent like Osberg and to support the work of new female and minority composers who are helping to energize classical music.