The oldest continuous summer chamber music festival in America, Woodstock’s Maverick Concerts, closes its 103rd festival with Brazilian Jazz and Trio Solisti. On Saturday, September 1 at 8 p.m., Jazz at the Maverick presents Nilson Matta’s Brazilian Jazz Voyage, led by one of the world’s great bassists and a best-of-breed ensemble playing the styles and genres native to Earth’s most musical nation: samba, bossa nova, choro, forro, Afro-Brazilian. Tickets cost $25 and $55, with student tickets available, as usual, for the profoundly considerate and forward-looking sum of $5. (Time to go back to school.)
On Sunday, September 2 at 4 p.m., the elite piano trio Trio Solisti closes the Maverick season with a Classical, Romantic and Modern program featuring piano trios by Haydn, Dvorák and, in a fitting finale to the season’s “Americans in Paris” sub-theme, Ernest Chausson’s early Piano Trio in G minor. Tickets cost $55, $30 and $5 for students. For tickets and additional information, visit https://maverickconcerts.org. Maverick Concerts is located at 120 Maverick Road in Woodstock.