The World’s Most Celebrated Musicians Among Friends
Mahler Chamber Orchestra: View Event
in Virtual Reality!
Thursday, January 18 – January 21, 2024
Hélène Grimaud, PianoView Event
Wednesday, January 24, 2024
Interwoven Stories of Healing with Music (Embroidery Workshop)View Event
Friday, November 17 – January 29, 2024
Your Musical Home Awaits—
We invite you to experience the embrace of Richardson Auditorium while listening to the world’s greatest musicians:Explore 2023-24 Season
Our free, digital content includes conversations with arts leaders about the pandemic’s impact on the arts, music videos, curated playlists, and more.Stream from Home
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The Music Awaits!
Discover a new musical community in innovative concert formats! Sit on stage. Experience virtual reality. Try Live Music Meditation. The possibilities are endless:View 2023-24 Season
Listen Your Way
Offering something for everyone through curated experiences:
Step into timeless tradition as we continue our 130-year history as one of the nation’s oldest and boldest chamber music series, celebrating the greatest artists of our time.
One of our most popular offerings, these hour-long concerts with the audience seated on stage take you to the very forefront of performance.
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Instill a lifelong love of music in your kids (ages 3-12) through these live chamber music programs presented in collaboration with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Breathe in Music & NEW HEALING WITH MUSIC SERIES
Listen to music performed by world-class musicians more viscerally than ever before through our Breathe In Music program, combining guided meditation with music for focused listening experiences, both in live and virtual formats. And our new Healing with Music conversation and performance series sheds light on music’s role within the lives of musicians who have faced significant illness and personal upheaval.
Call it whatever: catharsis, liberation, sublimation. As far as I am concerned, then and there, music was everything I had felt and could ever feel…”
– Kerem Oktar, Princeton University Graduate Student
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