Events at the Center

Beginning this May, Seattle Chamber Music Society will create a number of new programs and expand current programming all year round with the opening of theĀ Center for Chamber Music. We will update all of our events with more details, including how to get tickets for programs soon. Here is a sample of programming in the new space.

WHAT TO EXPECTChamber MusiciansThe Festival concerts you know and love will continue at Benaroya Hall, and now for the first time in our history, people of all ages will come to our Center to learn, listen, play and enjoy this intimate art form through new concerts, programs, classes and multimedia presentations.

Events like our Classical Conversation podcast, Master Classes, and
rehearsals will take place in the Center during the Winter and Summer
Festivals. Throughout the rest of the year, new programs will continue to
bring you closer than ever to the music, with several series taking place in the intimate 60-seat Living Room, the heart of the new Center.

A SAMPLING OF NEW PROGRAMS

Concert Series

Festival musicians will create unique programs exploring their special interests. These may include concert exploring contemporary music, lecture/performances on specific composers, and more!

Fall 2020

Artist Residencies

This year we host percussion group the Arc Duo who will offer Master Classes to students and a public performance.

May/June 2020

Film Series

Explore legendary chamber music performances by some of the world’s greatest musicians

May 27: Schubert “Trout” Quintet

June 24: Istomin/Stern/Rose Trio

Lunchtime Listening

Enjoy live SCMS concert recordings from our archives in these informal lunchtime gatherings.

May 21

June 18

Lecture Series

Take a deeper look at the forms, styles, and intricacies of chamber music.

Our first lecture series with Dr. Geoffrey Block celebrates Beethoven’s
250th birthday.

June 8: Beethoven Lecture #1

June 15: Beethoven Lecture #2

June 22: Beethoven Lecture #3

All events and dates subject to change.