Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society

“Music brings unity and healing to everyone involved… now is the time to act and move as artists.” –  Artistic Director Jia Kim

Season 3 of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society was a resounding success!  Thank you to the members and sponsors who made it possible and to the audience that enjoyed the world-class musicians that performed on the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center Stage.  Over the course of three week-long residencies, CMS had an extraordinary impact.

The Season 4 Chamber Music Society performances have been announced! 

Spooky Soirée: Dark and Stormy, Sat. Oct 29 at 7pm

American Heartbeat, Sat. Feb 18 at 7pm

Vienna 19c.: Hausmusik, Sat. Mar 25 at 7pm

Full details on artists and repertoire have been announced! Whether you’re a classical music connoisseur, or just interested in trying something new, we hope you’ll join us this season for this intimate après alternative and make a night of it!

Please support Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society and join us by becoming a member today.

Chamber music is uniquely suited to the small, intimate audience experience that we have planned.  In addition, we plan to offer online streaming to supplement the very limited seating for live audiences and broaden the reach of the Chamber Music experience. 

Season 4 of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is made possible thanks to the generosity of our sponsors: Drs. Leslie Abramson and Fred Rossman, Terrence Dwyer and Nancy Jeffries-Dwyer, Dean Goodermote and Diane Arnold, Thomas and Natalie Hubbs, The Merson Family / Edward Jones, Chris and Laura Ott, David and Barbara Siegel, the Stires-Stark Family Foundation, and Roger and Jill Witten. 

As well as our Lodging Sponsors: Intimate Weddings, and media sponsor: Front Porch Forum. 

With your support we can plan the programming of the future

With gratitude,

SPCMS Advisory Committee

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