Upcoming concerts

Concert details and ticket sales will be posted in the New Year

What is Chamber Music

Chamber music is composed for performance by a small group of instruments—traditionally a group that could fit inside a palace chamber. There is usually one performer per part and chamber compositions frequently resemble a conversation among the musicians. As a result, playing chamber music requires special skills, both musical and social, that differ from the skills required for playing solo or symphonic works. Performances become a personal experience between the artists and the audience.


Where can I buy tickets?

Ticket sales are online only, through ShowPass. Tickets will be sent to you electronically. You can either print them at home and bring them with you or show them on your mobile device when you arrive at the concert.  

Can I buy rush tickets at the door?

We will be set up for online ticket purchases at the door, but we encourage you to buy in advance. Some of our smaller venues will sell out quickly. We’d hate to disappoint you!

What happens if I’m late?

We realize that even the best laid plans can go sideways. Ushers do their best to seat latecomers at appropriate breaks in the performance, but in some cases, this may not be possible until the completion of an entire piece.

How long is each concert?

Most of our concerts are about two hours long including a 15-20 minute intermission. Check the Festival Program online before you come, to make sure.

Will you have printed programs?

Yes! We know how important the programs notes are to our audience. Complete festival program books will be available at each concert. If you’re attending more than one concert we encourage you to bring your program book with you. And if you want to study the program notes in advance, the book will be available on our website well before the Festival.

Can I get a refund if I can’t attend?

Ticket purchases are non-refundable, but may be transferred to another guest. Check the ShowPass ticketing site for instructions.