The Cliburn is offering two socially distanced pop-up concerts this fall at The Post at River East courtyard (2925 Race Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76111). Concert tickets are offered to Cliburn Essentials subscribers, first.

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PETER SCHICKELE “Dances” from Serenade for Three
IVES Largo for violin, clarinet, and piano, op. 73
QUINN MASON Two Fleeting Daydreams
MEDTNER Improvisation, op. 31, no. 1
RAVEL “Blues” from Violin Sonata No. 2 in G Major
EUGÈNE BOZZA Aria for clarinet and piano
BARTÓK Contrasts for violin, clarinet, and piano, Sz. 111


MAKE—violinist Grace Kang Wollett, clarinetist Danny Goldman, and pianist Mikhail Berestnev—presents versatile performances and content that is engaging to audiences around the world. The trio made its formal debut at the 2019 Basically Beethoven Festival with a recital entitled “The American Sound,” in which the Dallas Morning News said “the ensemble’s style fit the character of the music like a tailored suit.” Other recent reviews describe the trio as having “an incredibly rich sound” (Cry Havoc Theater) and as “mind blowing to hear such transcendental difficulties played with a combination of technical mastery and keen musical insight” (Theater Jones).

It created a performance concept called “The Classical Lounge” to bring audiences closer to the music. To further this vision, MAKE has partnered with SamsungVR (Virtual Reality) to produce three-Dimensional, 360-degree classical music concerts for the public; these videos have now been viewed in over 40 countries. It started a channel of professional music videos and documentary style film shoots about being a musician and working in a classical chamber ensemble.

Recent collaborations include work with Avant Chamber Ballet, Ballet North Texas, and Bruce Wood Dance at Annette Strauss Square, and live shows in Moody Performance Hall, Winspear Opera House’s Hamon Hall, and The Tin Star Theater.

Concert Safety Protocols

As of October 7, 2020

The Cliburn will be hosting two in-person concerts in fall 2020 at The Post at River East. As a restaurant, The Post at River East is following all required safety and cleaning protocols. In coordination with the venue, the Cliburn will follow the following procedures for its upcoming concerts:
  • At this time, the Cliburn is intending to check patrons’ temperatures prior to venue entry; patrons will also agree to adhere to personal health screening guidelines. Employees will undergo health screenings and temperature checks. As the situation evolves, all protocols are subject to change.
  • Masks must be worn by all patrons and staff, except when eating or drinking. All are encouraged to bring their own masks. If a patron arrives without a mask, one will be provided. If their health prevents the wearing of a face covering, patrons should not attend the concerts in person; recordings will be made available exclusively to subscribers.
  • Patrons will be seated at 4-person tables spaced at least 6’ apart. The Cliburn will work with subscribers to fulfill seating requests and arrange attendees appropriately.
  • Seating will begin 45 minutes prior to each concert. Patrons will check in on a list; no physical tickets will be issued. Cliburn staff will assist patrons with seating.
  • Food and drinks are available at The Post, whose staff will take orders at the tables. Patrons are expected to remain in their seats, unless visiting the restroom.