Chamber Music Concert Frederick Adler

Frederick Adler, M.D., Composer

News and Concerts

News and Events

Upcoming Concerts and Kickstarter Campaign

2017 Kickstarter for Concerts: Frederick Adler is launching a Kickstarter campaign in January 2017 for series of May and June concerts in San Francisco, Paterson NJ and Montclair NJ. The concerets will premiere a chamber music trio for cello, clarinet and piano, as well as new songs, based on William Carlos Williams' 4th volume of the poem Paterson, "The Run to the Sea". We hope to see you there!

New Commissions

2015 Commission: “Three Bagatelles for solo cello” written for Leslie Allen and consisting of musical impressions of paintings by JMW Turner, Richard Diebenkorn and Leslie Allen, herself.

News: Fred Adler: "Recent Chamber Music and Longstanding Influences" Concert September 2015

"Recent Chamber Music and Longstanding Influences" was a concert of music written by Fred and of music reflecting his Viennese and Argentine roots, including music by Alban Berg and Alberto Ginastera, as well as improvisations on Milongas by Abel Fleury and himself.

Performers were: Sarah Bonomo, clarinet; John Smalley, baritone; Michael Bello, tenor saxophone; Brandi Brandes, percussion; Alisa Rose, violin; Samsun Van Loon, cello; Fred Adler, piano.

Thanks to everyone who joined us!

News Report: Fred Adler: "Recent Chamber Music and Longstanding Influences" Concert September 2015


Fred Adler makes his living as an Emergency Medicine physician, but he is active in the Bay Area chamber music scene as both a composer and a pianist. ... the Community Music Center (CMC) will host a concert that will feature both his recent chamber music compositions and works from the twentieth century that reflect the influences of his Viennese and Argentine roots.

He will be joined by an ensemble of some of the leading performers of chamber music in the Bay Area. The Adler compositions that will be presented on the program will include a piano trio, a piano sonata, songs on texts by both Federico García Lorca and James Joyce, and a piece for solo clarinet.