a pianist plays at someone's house;
Sooner or later, there's bound to be treble.
The heart of every community can be found in the homes of its members, so that’s where we believe classical music should be grounded. Salon evenings resurrect an old tradition that is entirely in keeping with our belief that we need to bring the music into the community. Chopin, Schubert, Liszt, and Schumann, to name just a few, often had first readings and even premiers of their new compositions in the homes of the communities in which they lived and worked. Food, libations, musicians mingling and reading through music between courses of food and drink, enthusiasts and professionals mingling and connecting: what's not to love?