Chamber music is an intimate musical form involving a small number of performers. It is ‘music among friends’. Today you can find chamber music performances in concert halls, churches, living rooms and even in subway stations or your corner bar. Although chamber music is an 18th century construct, it is now very much a 21st century musical form.
The mission of the Charleston Chamber Music Society is to enable the people of this community to enjoy some of the world’s finest chamber music ensembles in a series of concerts every year.
A new find for Charleston audiences, the Delphi Trio (violin, cello, piano) brings excitement to the piano trio literature. Says the San Francisco Examiner, “...Delphi captured those evocative qualities that one would associate with the best of lyric poetry.” read moreDetails & Tickets
Another favorite of Charleston audiences is Ensemble Radieuse (piano, flute, oboe), which features pianist Melanie Foster Taylor who received her early music training here in Charleston. Radieuse was a big hit at FestivALL ‘15. The Trio plays an assortment of famous repertoire along with commissioned works. read moreDetails & Tickets