The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is committed to bringing Stowe area audiences world class musicians of an extraordinary repertoire dating as far back as the Renaissance and continuing through the centuries to the greatest works of our time.
2019 Inaugural Season
Announcing the inaugural 2019 season for the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society:
- Rhapsody in Stowe, Saturday, January 19, 7pm
- The Art of The String Quartet, Saturday, March 9, 7pm
- Family, Fun, Five “B’s”! (Presenting works by five great composers – Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bartok, and Bridge), Saturday, May 18, 7pm
Why Chamber Music?
Chamber Music is the most versatile and personal form of music. With anywhere from two to nine players, one person to a part, it is a true musical conversation and democracy. Chamber Music is, in literal terms, music played in a “chamber”. The intimacy of the setting allows for a direct connection between the audience and musicians. The wide range of repertoire and the plethora of stories and emotion the music conveys ensures the enduring relevance of this style of classical music performance.
Educational Impact for all ages
The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is launching transformative educational programs that will impact community members of all ages.
For Students, grades K-12
Working with area music educators each musician who performs will visit area schools to engage, inspire, and interact with our regions students. Through assembly visits, class demonstrations, workshops, and one-on-one work, these world-class artists will help build a strong foundation in classical music that will grow to become part of the fabric of childhood for our regions schools.
For Adults: ArtSmart Chamber Music Behind-the-Scenes
Moderated by Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Artistic Director Jia Kim, the ArtSmart Chamber Music Behind-the-Scenes Series is an opportunity to learn more in a talk-back format on-stage at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center. Click here for details on how to register for ArtSmart for the 2019 season.
For Our Community: An Annual Family Concert
Building on the work of the Chamber Music Society in schools, each May the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society will host a Family Concert at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
Get involved — Become a member today!
Become a Member of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society and be a sponsor of world-class performance that touches are entire community! Memberships start at just $150 and offer a wide variety of benefits including first dibs on tickets to regular season performances and complimentary tickets to the season ending Family Concert.
Founding Advisory Committee
Walter Frame, SPACF Board liaison
Christopher & Laura Ott
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