celebrate 60 safely

in person or at home

Escher and Dover Quartets

Sept 21, 2020 • 7:30

All-Octet Program
Shostakovich, Enseco, Mendelssohn

Tai Murray, Violinist

with Hee-Kyung Juhn, Piano
October 19, 2020 • 7:30 pm

Beethoven – Sonata No. 5, Op. 24, “Spring”
Jeffrey Scott – “Transparencia” (2015)
Ian Wilson – Spillaerts Beach (2008)
Beethoven – Sonata No. 9, Op. 47, “Kreutzer”

Karim Sulayman, tenor

November 30, 2020 • 7:30

Grammy-award winning tenor

with piano trio
Elena Urioste, violin,
Oliver Herbert, cello
Tom Poster, piano

Händel, Purcell
Schubert, Vaughan Williams
Beethoven, Fauré, Poulenc, Hahn (arr. Poster)

Aizuri Quartet

March 15, 2021 • 7:30pm

György Kurtág
Benjamin Britten
Beethoven

Brentano Quartet with Dawn Upshaw

April 12, 2021 • 7:30

Dido Reimagined

Pablo Sáinz Villegas, Guitar

May 10, 2021 • 7:30

the soul of the spanish guitar

Dear friends,

We miss you and hope you are safe and well. As we move through these uncharted waters, Chamber Music Pittsburgh looks forward to the 2020-2021 season with excitement and anticipation as we celebrate 60 years of bringing outstanding chamber music to Pittsburgh.

Your safety, security, and enjoyment remain our paramount priorities, as does the safety of our wonderful roster of artists.

It’s too soon to know what September will bring, but we intend to be ready for anything! Carnegie Music Hall is the very space we need for a reconfigured seat map to accommodate social distancing. Yet, if such an adjustment proves to be too little, or if municipal regulations force us to cancel in-person gatherings, we have a Plan B that allows for a superb-quality view-at-home option for any and every concertgoer—regardless of your computer savvy!

We are dedicated to you, and we are dedicated to the artists. We all need each other to keep the world of chamber music alive, and we hope you will join us for what promises to be a unique and thrilling season. Please join us in whatever way suits you best, in person or at home.

Wishing you good health, safety, and inspiration,

Kristen Linfante,
Executive Director

 

Attend in Person or at Home

Your subscription or individual ticket allows you to either safely attend in person, OR receive a link foillowing the concert to watch the exclusive professionally-produced concert video in the comfort of your home. No computer? No problem! Choose a concert DVD to be viewed on your television.

No-Risk ticket Policy

If a concert is cancelled, you may:

  • Donate the ticket(s) and receive a tax donation receipt plus a “Bring a Friend” voucher with no expiration date
  • Use your ticket for another concert this season
  • Apply your ticket value toward your tickets or subscription during the 2021-22 season
  • Receive a full refund for the cancelled concert
For your health and safety, Chamber Music Pittsburgh will implement Pennsylvania’s health guidelines at the time of each concert. This may include social distancing, face masks, capacity limits, and non-contact digital temperature checks at the door.

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