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Chamber Music Society of Louisville

The Chamber Music Society was founded in 1938 and is currently in its 82nd season.  Our primary purpose is to present concerts featuring world class artists in exceptional performances of both well-seasoned and cutting-edge chamber music works.  

In celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday in the year 2020, the Chamber Music Society invites you to a festival celebrating Beethoven's music.  Over six performances (the first 3 of which fall in our 2019-2020 season), the Chamber Music Society of Louisville will explore the masterful string quartets of Beethoven through the talent of the Emerson String Quartet.  

Before kicking off the Beethoven Festival in 2020, we will host Trio con Brio Copenhagen and the Juilliard String Quartet with concerts in October and November 2019.

Each concert is held at 3pm on Sunday in the acoustically-acclaimed Margaret Comstock Concert hall at the U of L School of Music.  

Subscription for regular season tickets are $150 ($135 for Seniors 65+) and student season tickets are $15. Single tickets are $40 ($35 for Seniors 65+).  Pre-concert talks take place before each performance in Classroom 130 at the School of Music building at 2:00 P.M.

The School of Music building is best accessed from Cardinal Boulevard by turning South onto 1st Street, also known as the North Entrance to the U of L campus.  Free parking is located immediately to the West of the School of Music building.  Additional free parking is located in the U of L Visitor's Lot located South of the School of Music building, the lot adjacent to the Alumni Club and across Cardinal Boulevard at duPont Manual High School's parking lot.

The Chamber Music Society of Louisville is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and operates with the support of its longtime partner, the University of Louisville School of Music.  Our mailing address is:  Chamber Music Society of Louisville, P.O. Box 5074, Louisville, KY 40255

To purchase tickets, please purchase through Eventbrite or call David Anderson at (502) 452-9029.

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