The Edmonton Chamber Music Society

The Edmonton Chamber Music Society

2019-2020
Season

April 16, 2020
Dear Edmonton Chamber Music Society Patrons

It is with heaviness of heart but clear conscience that the Board of Edmonton Chamber Music Society must announce that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we have decided to cancel our annual Summer Solstice Music Festival, scheduled for June 2020.

Daily reports on the course of the pandemic in Alberta, in Canada, and around the world indicate that we have several months ahead which require us to continue self-distancing for the greater good. 

We are in uncharted territory. Since 1954 Edmonton Chamber Music Society has brought world-class music to Edmonton, supported the development of chamber music and musicians in our community, and nurtured a love of and knowledge about chamber music. We had planned to bring a lineup of performers together for our annual Summer Solstice Music Festival, and we have not taken this step lightly.

We will weather this storm, and we look forward to seeing you there with us when the storm ends. Until then we wish you health, safety and peace of mind. When we gather again the music will be there.

Dr. Patricia Tao
Artistic Director, Summer Solstice Music Festival
Board, Edmonton Chamber Music Society


Trio Solisti
Trio Solisti
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collectif9
Constantinople
Constantinople
Dénes Várjon
Dénes Várjon
Amarcord
Amarcord

2019-2020 Season

Ticket Information

Our 65th season presents amazing diversity for all tastes, again underscoring the variety that is chamber music. Bring your friends, and experience together the joys of intimate musical performances in historic venues.

Join us in celebrating our 65th anniversary season!


Volunteer Opportunities

We offer several gratifying opportunities for you to become involved with bringing quality chamber music to Edmonton. Please consider one or more of these roles: Working Groups; Board Members [Directors of Development and Publicity, Volunteer Coordination]


ECMS Blog

Constantinople
November 9, 2019
by Morgan Luethe