Chamber Music Society of St. Louis presents chamber music of the highest quality in a relaxed, informal, cabaret- style where audiences can have an entertaining evening as they sit at a table with friends, share a bottle of wine and light snacks while enjoying beautiful music performed by some of the finest musicians in St. Louis.
The program entitled "Encore Classics!", hosted by Centene Charitable Foundation, is to thank CMSSL contributors who have selected a Donor Level and made an annual contribution. With a wide variety of music that seems to delight everyone, the mood is light and festive. The atmosphere in Centene Plaza is elegant and inviting with smiles and laughter in abundance.
Rader Quartet Performs on "Strings Attached" Concert
Rader Quartet, featuring Aidan Ip,Hannah O'Brien, Phoebe Yao, and Julie Holzen, will perform on the December 7, 2015 CMSSL subscription concert "Strings Attached" Monday Night Only.With a grant from a Donor that wishes to remain anonymous, Chamber Music Society of St. Louis has initiated our Young Artist Chamber Program in partnership with the Preparatory Department of the Community Music School at Webster University.
With a grant from a foundation that wishes to remain anonymous, Chamber Music Society of St. Louis has initiated our Young Artist Chamber Program in partnership with the Prep Department of the Community Music School at Webster University.
"I'm really looking forward to the Love Fest Continues concert! Congratulations on the success of the Chamber Music Society! It's a great endeavor that enriches the community and makes relatively small St. Louis feel not as small.... Certainly not culturally-- thanks again."
Shawn, St. Louis
"I am reluctant to comment on this St. Louis gem for fear that too many others will discover it and I will struggle to get tickets. I mean, why would anyone in their right mind want to sit at a table with friends, drinking a glass of wine, while the finest chamber musicians in the city play breathtaking music fifteen feet away? Stay at home and watch Survivor, Part VI so that I may continue to keep this little musical shangri-la for myself."
"The most interesting, and provocative ensemble in town is the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis.”
Wilhelm, University City
As a not for profit arts organization, we rely on the generosity of our audience and patrons for support. We are faced with the challenge of raising the funds necessary to present concerts of the highest caliber offering comprehensive representation of the chamber music repertoire as well as providing educational events to encourage young St. louis area musicians. Your tax deductible gift is greatly appreciated.