Chamber Music Now- A FREE Streaming Program

The Friends of Chamber Music is pleased to offer multiple free streaming options in our new program, Chamber Music Now.

Chamber Conversations with Bill Everett—This dynamic, 30-minute program will delve into the history of chamber music with video excerpts from world-class chamber musicians.  From featured composers, including Haydn, Beethoven and Mozart, to transporting the viewer to Vienna in 1900, this program is sure to delight any chamber music aficionado. New episodes premiering monthly.

Listen and Learn with Lacie & Tom—This fresh, new video series is perfect for young musicians and non-musician enthusiasts. Tom and Lacie will teach audiences what to listen for in classical music, focusing on our Backstage Pass performances, with interviews, insights on the works presented, and more.  This program will premiere on Facebook Live, giving audiences the chance to ask questions and interact with our hosts. New episodes premiering monthly.

Friends Presents the Front Row National Program featuring performances from Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The Friends is pleased to partner with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center to present monthly episodes from their Front Row National Initiative.

Chamber Music Conversations with Dr. Bill Everett

Johannes Brahms, Hugo Wolf, and the String Quartet in Late Nineteenth-Century Vienna

In the late 1800s, Vienna, in many ways, had become the epicenter for composers working in the German instrumental tradition, including those writing for the highly venerated string quartet. In this episode we’ll explore the string quartet legacies of two composers active in Vienna during these pivotal years, Johannes Brahms and Hugo Wolf, and discover what made the string quartets of these two composers.

Please consider making a donation to support Chamber Music Now!

Thanks to you, our supportive patrons, we are pleased to offer free online resources to replace live events we have had to reschedule. If you are inspired by the online content we are providing, we hope you will consider making a small donation below. We are also offering digital sponsorships, so if you would like to help by sponsoring program, please contact us at development@chambermusic.org.

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