Dear Members and Fellow Music Lovers,
Today, we are excited to announce our 2020/2021 season. There are seven thrilling programs for our upcoming Eighth season.
Staples of the chamber music repertoire will be presented for the first time on our series - Dohnanyi Sextet (November 21), Ravel Duo (January 14), Brahms B flat Sextet and Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir de Florence (April 1).
The great American violist Paul Neubauer will befeatured in a special program which will include the most delightful salon and “gypsy” music (December 14). Exciting debut performances include pianist extraordinaire Inon Barnatan (November 21), violinist Chad Hoopes and violist Matthew Lipman (April 1), cellist Zlatomir Fung (March 16), winner of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition, the St. Lawrence String Quartet (February 25) and the Montrose Piano Trio (February 4). Returning artists and friends of the series include pianist Michael Brown and cellist Nicholas Canellakis (December 15), violinist Paul Huang and cellists Edward Arron (January 14) and Clive Greensmith (February 4).
It's time to renew your subscription (or join us) so please go to our website, www.cmspb.org/subscribe to sign up today.
We can hardly wait to share all of these wonderful programs with all of you!
Season Eight 2020-2021
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The mission of the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach is to produce performances and educational programs of the highest artistic merit, to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of chamber music, and to enhance the cultural life of Palm Beach.
Your subscription and donation at the Benefactor level of $1,750 for one person or $3,500 for two enables us to carry out our work which is to produce performances and educational programs of the highest artistic merit, to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of chamber music, and to enhance the cultural life of Palm Beach. Your tax-deductible portion of this subscription and donation is $600 for one subscription or $1,200 for two.
Central to the mission of the CMSPB is community and educational outreach. Visiting artists often performing in schools, conducting workshops and masterclasses or performing for underserved segments of our community.
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