Friends of Chamber Music Denver
World Class & Down to Earth
This virtual program, recorded live at the Clyfford Still Museum, will stream on the Friends of Chamber Music's Facebook page and YouTube channel starting at 1 p.m. on November 8.
Friends of Chamber Music presents pianist Jeremy Denk in an On Demand virtual recital, available January 20-27, 2021. The New York Times hails Jeremy Denk as someone “you want to hear no matter what he performs.”
“…the Skride Quartet tackled its chosen repertoire with a level of assuredness that made one forget that this is such a young ensemble.” —Bachtrack
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Season at a glance
From Beethoven’s classics to the modern musings of Brooklyn Rider, this season we’re bringing you some of the world’s greatest artists performing old classics and new classics-to-be.
Chamber music makes the world better. Really.
Beautiful music is good for the soul. That’s why we’re here, and it’s why bringing the world’s top artists to our Denver stage is only part of what we do.
Look for us at your local library, art museum, or even a bar near you.
We’re bringing chamber music to young audiences through our education program.
Concert and events—so much beautiful music!
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On the snowy night of February 3rd, the Danish String Quartet performed an evening of Scandinavian folk music to a sold out crowd at Nocturne Jazz. Enjoy this recording of the Sønderho Bridal Trilogy, Pt. II., recorded as an encore the following night when the...
To celebrate its 50th Anniversary, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents the global premiere of the documentary film “Transcending: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Celebrates 50 Years.” The film premieres September 10. Visit the CMS website for more details.