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A CHICAGO/BERLIN MUSE – A REVIEW – REMEMBER THE WINDS

Good Afternoon All,

I just returned from Chicago where I heard the touring Berlin Philharmoniker perform the Mahler 7th Symphony.

Press Release- CMSSL 2022-23 Season

2022-23 Season,  a New Name for its Concert Series, And a New Performance Home.

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EAT, DRINK AND LISTEN

Hello All,

We are looking forward to Friday evening at Chandler Hill Vineyards for some great wine, delicious food and pleasant music featuring some audience favorites like Morricone’s Gabriel’s Oboe and Bach’s Arioso as well as from Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Carl Stamitz and some music that was thought to have been composed by Haydn for 200 years….but wasn’t.

Going, Going, Gone and Your Picks

Hello All,
The seating process for the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis 2022-23 Season in the E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall at the 560 Music Center has begun.

A Musical July Fourth Celebration

Hello,
A reminder that The Chamber At Home broadcasts on Classic 107.3 FM airs at 5:30pm Thursday evening with a repeat on Monday July 4 at 10 AM.

Leonard Slatkin – Monday/Tuesday Concerts

Dear Friends,

A quick note to remind you of the “A Tale of Two Suites” concerts Monday and Tuesday evenings with Guest Artist Leonard Slatkin.

Sad News


Painting CMSSL commissioned for Michael F. Neidorff
by artist Stefan Geissbühler

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The St Louis Community and the country has lost a great philanthropist.

Your Choices… Mostly

Greetings All:

We are staring down the last few concerts of Season 13 for Chamber Music Society of St.

Monday February 28 – Suites, Spirituals and Dances

Dear Friends,

Historically, the arts have been a means to address social and community issues.

Don’t Forget the Stream and a Postponement

Hello to Everyone,

I wanted to remind everyone who had a ticket to last Monday’s LoveFest is Forever in-person concert and all those who purchased tickets to Virtual Concert that the stream becomes accessible at 12 AM Tuesday morning and will be available for 72 hours; so through midnight Thursday.