August 19, 2021
CMS 2021-22 Season Chronological List of Programs

Updated November 24, 2021

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center 2021-22 Season
Chronological List of Programs

Alice Tully Hall Rose Studio Digital


Musical Heritage: Jascha Heifetz

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 7:30 pm
Digital Program 

This webinar series explores towering figures in classical music and brings them to life through exceptional conversations with musicians deeply influenced by the celebrated artists who are the focus of each program. The program streams live on Wednesday evenings, and is then available free, on-demand, on the CMS website by the following Wednesday. Tonight’s program explores the music and life of violinist Jascha Heifetz. 

The Art of the Recital: Paul Neubauer & Gloria Chien
Rose Studio
Due to a minor injury, this concert (originally scheduled for October 7) has been postponed to Tuesday, April 19, 20212 at 7:30 pm.

 

OCTOBER 2021

Meet the Music@Home
Friday, October 8, 2021, 4:00 pm
Digital Program

For families, CMS offers a new online version its hugely popular free, fun and educational series, Meet the Music@Home, with Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only “Private Ear” (aka Bruce Adolphe, CMS’s Resident Lecturer and Director of Family Programs). In each program, Inspector Pulse unlocks the mysteries and joys of music-making, exploring music fundamentals through funny stories, puns, and a bit of mayhem. A new episode premieres every Friday in October at 4 pm and is then available on-demand.

Meet the Music@Home
Friday, October 15, 2021, 4:00 pm
Digital Program

For families, CMS offers a new online version its hugely popular free, fun and educational series, Meet the Music@Home, with Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only “Private Ear” (aka Bruce Adolphe, CMS’s Resident Lecturer and Director of Family Programs). In each program, Inspector Pulse unlocks the mysteries and joys of music-making, exploring music fundamentals through funny stories, puns, and a bit of mayhem. A new episode premieres every Friday in October at 4 pm and is then available on-demand.

Opening Night: Road to Romanticism
Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) makes its long-awaited return to live concerts with Road to Romanticism, a celebratory concert to welcome audiences back to Alice Tully Hall for the first time in what will have been almost 19 months. This concert fills the stage with dynamic chamber musicians, performing bold music to lift us forward, out of the haze of the pandemic, into a better tomorrow. The program begins with Beethoven and draws the audience forward through time with works by Hummel, Schubert, and Mendelssohn.

Beethoven Trio in C minor for Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 9, No. 3 (1797-98)
Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Hummel Quintet in E-flat for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass, Op. 87 (1802)
Wu Qian, piano; Richard Lin, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass

Schubert Rondo in A major for Piano, Four Hands, D. 951 (1828)
Wu Han, Wu Qian, piano

Mendelssohn Sextet in D major for Piano, Violin, Two Violas, Cello, and Bass, Op. 110 (1824)
Wu Han, piano; Richard Lin, violin; Arnaud Sussmann, Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass

 

Artist Series: Benjamin Beilman, Violin
Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 7:30 pm
Digital Program 

The Artist Series returns this fall to delve into the life and work of CMS artists. The programs feature a short, insightful documentary film about the artist created for this series by documentary filmmaker Tristan Cook. The film is followed by a concert of their specially curated performances from the CMS archive.

 

Meet the Music@Home
Friday, October 22, 2021, 4:00 pm
Digital Program

For families, CMS offers a new online version its hugely popular free, fun and educational series, Meet the Music@Home, with Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only “Private Ear” (aka Bruce Adolphe, CMS’s Resident Lecturer and Director of Family Programs). In each program, Inspector Pulse unlocks the mysteries and joys of music-making, exploring music fundamentals through funny stories, puns, and a bit of mayhem. A new episode premieres every Friday in October at 4 pm and is then available on-demand. 

 

Puccini to Shostakovich
Sunday, October 24, 2021, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Puccini Crisantemi for String Quartet (1890)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Brahms Quartet in A minor for Strings, Op. 51, No. 2 (1865-73)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Webern Langsamer Satz for String Quartet (1905)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Shostakovich Quartet No. 12 in D-flat major for Strings, Op. 133 (1968)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

 

New Milestones: Boundaries and Edges
Thursday, October 28, 2021, 7:30 pm
Rose Studio

CMS’s series devoted to the work of living composers opens the season with an evening of music for wind instruments from an international group of composers, including: Alexandre Lunsqui’s Topografia Index 3A, a piece that invites the musicians to sing and explores the percussive abilities of the flute and clarinet; Shih-hui Chen’s Returnings, which explores the interplay of the composer’s Taiwanese roots and western classical  music; and works by Marcos Balter, George Lewis and Nina Shekhar.

Marcos Balter delete/control/option for Alto Flute and Cello (2008)
Sooyun Kim, flute; Mihai Marica, cello

Shih-Hui Chen Returnings for Flute, Cello, and Percussion (2009)
Sooyun Kim, flute; Mihai Marica, cello; Ayano Kataoka, percussion

George Lewis The Mangle of Practice for Violin and Piano (2014)
Thomas Sauer, piano; Yura Lee, violin

Alexandre Lunsqui Topografia Index 3A for Flutes, Clarinets, and Percussion (2008)
Sooyun Kim, flutes; Todd Palmer, clarinets; Ayano Kataoka, percussion

Nina Shekhar Glitch for Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano (2019)
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano; Todd Palmer, clarinet; Yura Lee, violin; Mihai Marica, cello

 

Meet the Music@Home
Friday, October 29, 2021, 4:00 pm
Digital Program

For families, CMS offers a new online version its hugely popular free, fun and educational series, Meet the Music@Home, with Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only “Private Ear” (aka Bruce Adolphe, CMS’s Resident Lecturer and Director of Family Programs). In each program, Inspector Pulse unlocks the mysteries and joys of music-making, exploring music fundamentals through funny stories, puns, and a bit of mayhem. A new episode premieres every Friday in October at 4 pm and is then available on-demand.


NOVEMBER 2021

Musical Heritage: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
Wednesday November 3, 2021
Digital Program

This webinar series explores towering figures in classical music and brings them to life through exceptional conversations with musicians deeply influenced by the celebrated artists who are the focus of each program. The program streams live on Wednesday evenings, and is then available free, on-demand, on the CMS website by the following Wednesday. Tonight’s program explores the music and lives of the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio.

 

Mozart & Dvořák: The Great Serenades
Friday, November 5, 2021, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

The magnificent Serenades for large wind ensembles by Dvořák and Mozart are rarely heard on stage, especially on the same program. So when CMS assembles a cast of the world’s best wind players – including Radovan Vlatković, Anthony McGill and Eric Reed -- it will be an international wind-fest not to be missed.

Dvořák Serenade in D minor for Winds, Cello, and Double Bass, B. 77, Op. 44 (1878)
James Austin Smith, Stephen Taylor, oboe; Tommaso Lonquich, Anthony McGill, clarinet; Marc Goldberg, Peter Kolkay, bassoon; Tom Sefčovič, contrabassoon; Radovan Vlatković, Eric Reed, Michelle Reed Baker, horn; Mihai Marica, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass

Mozart Serenade in B-flat major for Winds and Double Bass, K. 361, “Gran Partita” (1783-84)
Stephen Taylor, James Austin Smith, oboe; Anthony McGill, Tommaso Lonquich, clarinet; Romie de Guise-Langlois, Pavel Vinnitsky, basset horn; Peter Kolkay, Marc Goldberg, bassoon; Tom Sefčovič, contrabassoon; Radovan Vlatković, Eric Reed, Julia Pilant, Michelle Reed Baker, horn; Anthony Manzo, bass

 

Chopin: Voice of the Poet
Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Chopin Mazurka in A minor for Piano, Op. 17, No. 4 (1833)
Chopin Berceuse in D-flat major for Solo Piano, Op. 57 (1844)
Chopin Ballade in G minor for Piano, Op. 23 (c. 1835)
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

Chopin Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 65 (1845-46)
Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Michael Brown, piano

Chopin Barcarolle in F-sharp major for Piano, Op. 60 (1845-46)
Michael Brown, piano

Chopin Trio in G minor for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 8 (1828-29)
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano; Ani Kavafian, violin; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

 

The Art of Interpretation: Colin Carr
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Digital Program

This  series combines discussion and performance elements to delve into great works from the musicians’ perspective. The series provides a fascinating look at how artists arrive at their interpretations of specific musical passages and how they prepare to perform a piece of music.  This evening Colin Carr explores Bach’s Suite No. 4 in E-flat major for Unaccompanied Cello, BWV 1010.

 

Rose Studio Concerts
Thursday, November 11, 2021, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Rose Studio

Quintets galore! The international gathering of wind players continues with a program featuring rarely programmed works from a diverse mix of composers.

Milhaud La cheminée du roi René, Suite for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 205 (1939)
Sooyun Kim, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Artist TBD, bassoon; Radovan Vlatković, horn

Haas Quintet for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn, Op. 10 (1929)
Sooyun Kim, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Artist TBD, bassoon; Radovan Vlatković, horn

Carter Quintet for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn (1948)
Sooyun Kim, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Artist TBD, bassoon; Radovan Vlatković, horn

Coleman Umoja for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn (2001)
Sooyun Kim, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Gina Cuffari, bassoon; Radovan Vlatković, horn

Tomasi Cinq danses profanes et sacrées for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn (1961, arr. 1963)
Sooyun Kim, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Artist TBD, bassoon; Radovan Vlatković, horn

 

Spanish Inspirations
Sunday, November 14, 2021, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Boccherini Quintet in E major for Two Violins, Viola, and Two Cellos, G. 275, Op. 11, No. 5 (1771)
Paul Huang, Danbi Um, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Clive Greensmith, Nicholas Canellakis, cello 

Ravel Don Quichotte à Dulcinée for Voice and Piano (1932-33)
Will Liverman, baritone; Wu Qian, piano

Turina Quartet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 67 (1931)
Wu Qian, piano; Paul Huang, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Shostakovich Spanish Songs for Voice and Piano, Op. 100 (1956)
Will Liverman, baritone; Wu Qian, piano

Cassadó Trio in C major for Piano, Violin, and Cello (1926)
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano; Danbi Um, violin; Clive Greensmith, cello

Sarasate Navarra for Two Violins and Piano, Op. 33 (1889)
Paul Huang, Danbi Um, violin; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

 

Rose Studio Concerts
Thursday, November 18, 2021, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Rose Studio

Purcell Chacony in G minor for String Quartet (arr. Britten) (c. 1678, arr. 1948, rev. 1963)
Chad Hoopes, Danbi Um, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; David Requiro, cello

Britten Three Divertimentos for String Quartet (1936)
Chad Hoopes, Danbi Um, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; David Requiro, cello

Bridge Quintet in D minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, H. 49 (1904-05, rev. 1912)
Shai Wosner, piano; Danbi Um, Chad Hoopes, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; David Requiro, cello

 

Tchaikovsky, Fauré, and Brahms
Sunday, November 21, 2021, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile from String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11 for Solo Cello and Strings (1871, arr. 1888)
Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Jimmy Lin, Alexi Kenney, violin; Misha Amory, viola; David Finckel, cello 

Brahms Quintet in G major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 111 (1890)
Jimmy Lin, Alexi Kenney, violin; Yura Lee, Misha Amory, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello  

Liszt “Funérailles” from Harmonies poétiques et religieuses for Piano (1849)
Inon Barnatan, piano

Fauré Quartet No. 2 in G minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 45 (1885-86)
Inon Barnatan, piano; Alexi Kenney, violin; Misha Amory, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

 

CMS Kids Online: Inspiring Instruments
Sunday, November 21, 2021, 1:30 pm
Digital Program

CMS Kids Online presents “Inspiring Instruments,” a live, interactive one-hour Zoom session for families and their children, ages 3-6, featuring pre-recorded performances and live, participatory musical games. The online event will be hosted by guitarist Rami Vamos, with violinist Nurit Pacht.

 

Artist Series: Ayano Kataoka
Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Digital Program

The Artist Series returns this fall to delve into the life and work of CMS artists. The programs feature a short, insightful documentary film about the artist created for this series by documentary filmmaker Tristan Cook. The film is followed by a concert of their specially curated performances from the CMS archive.

 

DECEMBER 2021

Musical Heritage: Dorothy DeLay
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Digital Program

This webinar series explores towering figures in classical music and brings them to life through exceptional conversations with musicians deeply influenced by the celebrated artists who are the focus of each program. The program streams live on Wednesday evenings, and is then available free, on-demand, on the CMS website by the following Wednesday. Tonight’s program explores the music and life of Dorothy DeLay.

 

Baroque Concertos
Sunday, December 5, 2021, 5:00 pm
Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Albinoni Concerto in D minor for Oboe, Strings, and Continuo, Op. 9, No. 2 (1722)
Stephen Taylor, oboe; Ani Kavafian, James Thompson, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Edward Arron, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Telemann Concerto in E major for Flute, Oboe, Viola, Strings, and Continuo, TWV 53:E1 (c. 1730-40)
Sooyun Kim, flute; Stephen Taylor, oboe; Paul Neubauer, viola; Mihai Marica, cello; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Locatelli Concerto in G minor for Violin, Strings, and Continuo, Op. 3, No. 6 (1733)
James Thompson, Francisco Fullana, Ani Kavafian, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Edward Arron, cello; Anthony Manzo, 
bass; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Tartini Concerto in A major for Cello, Strings, and Continuo (c. 1745-52)
Mihai Marica, cello; James Thompson, Francisco Fullana, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Edward Arron, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Vivaldi Concerto in D major for Flute, Strings, and Continuo, RV 428, “Il gardellino” (1729)
Sooyun Kim, flute; Francisco Fullana, Ani Kavafian, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Mihai Marica, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Bach Concerto in C minor for Oboe, Violin, Strings, and Continuo, BWV 1060R (c. 1736)
Ani Kavafian, violin; Stephen Taylor, oboe; James Thompson, Francisco Fullana, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Edward Arron, cello; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

 

Solo Bach
Friday, December 10, 2021, 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 12, 2021, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

This concert gives audiences a rare opportunity to hear the distinctive Alice Tully organ, as well as solo pieces for piano, violin, cello, and lute. One of Bach’s French Suites for keyboard and his Suite for lute are being performed by CMS for the first time in Alice Tully Hall

Bach Partita No. 3 in E major for Violin, BWV 1006 (c. 1720)
Bella Hristova, violin

Bach Suite in G minor for Lute, BWV 995 (c. 1730)
Paul O’Dette, Lute

Bach French Suite in B minor for Keyboard, BWV 814 (c. 1722-25)
Gilles Vonsattel, piano

Bach Partitas on O Gott, du frommer Gott for Organ, BWV 767 (c. 1707-08)
Stephen Tharp, organ

Bach Suite No. 6 in D major for Cello, BWV 1012 (c. 1720)
Colin Carr, cello

 

The Art of Interpretation: Dmitri Atapine and Hyeyeon Park
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Digital Program

This  series combines discussion and performance elements to delve into great works from the musicians’ perspective. The series provides a fascinating look at how artists arrive at their interpretations of specific musical passages and how they prepare to perform a piece of music.  This evening cellist Dmitri Atapine and pianist Hyeyeon Park dig into Rachmaninov’s Cello Sonata.

 

Brandenburg Concertos
Friday, December 17, 2021, 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 19, 2021, 5:00 pm
Tuesday, December 21, 2021, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major, BWV 1046 (1720)
Daniel Phillips, Arnaud Sussmann, Sean Lee, violin; Che-Yen Chen, viola; Dmitri Atapine, cello; Joseph Conyers, bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord; Stephen Taylor, Randall Ellis, James Austin Smith, oboe; Marc Goldberg, bassoon; Stewart Rose, David Byrd-Marrow, horn

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048 (1720)
Sean Lee, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Che-Yen Chen, Yura Lee, Daniel Phillips, viola; Timothy Eddy, Dmitri Atapine, Inbal Segev, cello; Joseph Conyers, bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050 (1720)
Sean Lee, violin; Ransom Wilson, flute; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord; Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Daniel Phillips, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello; Joseph Conyers, bass

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV 1047 (1720)
Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Tara Helen O'Connor, flute; James Austin Smith, oboe; David Washburn, trumpet; Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sean Lee, violin; Yura Lee, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello; Marc Goldberg, bassoon; Joseph Conyers, bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major, BWV 1051 (1720)
Yura Lee, Che-Yen Chen, viola; Dmitri Atapine, Inbal Segev, Timothy Eddy, cello; Joseph Conyers, bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV 1049 (1720)
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Tara Helen O'Connor, Ransom Wilson, flute; Sean Lee, Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Che-Yen Chen, viola; Inbal Segev, cello; Joseph Conyers, bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord


JANUARY 2022

Beethoven, Schulhoff, and Dvořák
Tuesday, January 18, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Beethoven Quintet in C minor for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 104 (1794-95, arr. 1817)
Kristin Lee, Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Matthew Lipman, Paul Neubauer, viola; Keith Robinson, cello

Schulhoff Sextet for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos (1920, 1924)
Kristin Lee, Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Matthew Lipman, Paul Neubauer, viola; Keith Robinson, Inbal Segev, cello

Dvořák Sextet in A major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos, Op. 48 (1878)
Arnaud Sussmann, Kristin Lee, violin; Paul Neubauer, Matthew Lipman, viola; Inbal Segev, Keith Robinson, cello

 

The Art of Interpretation: Arnaud Sussmann and Michael Brown
Wednesday January 26, 2021
Digital Program

This  series combines discussion and performance elements to delve into great works from the musicians’ perspective. The series provides a fascinating look at how artists arrive at their interpretations of specific musical passages and how they prepare to perform a piece of music.  This evening, also the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, violinist Arnaud Sussmann and pianist Michael Brown perform and discuss the work of two composers who perished during the Holocaust, Haas’s Suite for Oboe and Piano, Op. 17 (arranged for violin and piano) and Schulhoff’s Suite for Violin and Piano, Op. 1.

 

The Art of the Recital: Sean Lee and Peter Dugan
Thursday, January 27, 2022, 7:30 pm

Paganini Caprices 1-12 for Violin and Piano, Op. 1 (c. 1805) (arr. Robert Schumann)
Sean Lee, violin; Peter Dugan, piano

Liszt Étude No. 2 in E-flat major from Grandes études de Paganini for Piano, S. 141 (1851)
Peter Dugan, piano

Paganini Caprices 13-24 for Violin and Piano, Op. 1 (c. 1805) (arr. Robert Schumann)
Sean Lee, violin; Peter Dugan, piano

 

Romantic Perspectives
Sunday, January 30, 2022, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Brahms Scherzo, WoO 2, from “F-A-E” Sonata for Violin and Piano (1853)
Aaron Boyd, violin; Wu Han, piano

Mahler Quartet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello (1876)
Wu Han, piano; Danbi Um, violin; Timothy Ridout, viola; Sihao He, cello

Dvořák Quintet in A minor for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 1 (1861)
Aaron Boyd, Danbi Um, violin; Timothy Ridout, Paul Neubauer, viola; Sihao He, cello

Franck Quintet in F minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello (1879)
Wu Han, piano; Danbi Um, Aaron Boyd, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Sihao He, cello

FEBRUARY 2022

Quartetto di Cremona
Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

This critically acclaimed international quartet makes its Lincoln Center debut on CMS’s International Quartet series. In the quartet’s 20-year existence it has established itself as one of Europe’s leading ensembles, and the quartet’s interpretations and performance appeal has endeared it to a wide and loyal audience. Especially exciting in this program is the pairing of two of the most challenging works in the quartet literature: the somber, intense first quartet of Prokofiev, and Schoenberg’s epic first quartet, still in the hyper-expressive style of his early period. Their most recent recording is Italian Postcards, on Avie Records.

Prokofiev Quartet No. 1 in B minor for Strings, Op. 50 (1930)
Quartetto di Cremona (Cristiano Gualco, Paolo Andreoli, violin; Simone Gramaglia, viola; Giovanni Scaglione, cello)

Weber Quintet in B-flat major for Clarinet, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 34 (1811-15)
David Shifrin, clarinet; Quartetto di Cremona 

Schoenberg Quartet No. 1 in D minor for Strings, Op. 7 (1904-05)
Quartetto di Cremona 

 

Winter Festival: Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time
Friday, February 4, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

CMS proudly delivers the promised completion of its epic 50th Anniversary Season “Milestones” programming, which was postponed due to the pandemic and has been transplanted to this season’s Winter Festival. “These concerts,” said David Finckel, “spotlight a diverse assortment of masterworks that tell the story of chamber music’s evolution by showcasing consequential works in our art form’s history from across centuries and oceans.” Milestone works – here, Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time – serve to anchor each concert in the series.

Brahms Sonata in F minor for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 120, No. 1 (1894)
Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet; Wu Qian, piano

Stravinsky Suite italienne for Violin and Piano (1932)
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Wu Qian, piano

Messiaen Quatuor pour la fin du temps (Quartet for the End of Time) for Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano (1940-41)
Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet; Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Mihai Marica, cello; Wu Qian, piano

 

Rose Studio Concerts
Thursday, February 10, 2022, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Rose Studio

Françaix Trio for Violin, Viola, and Cello (1933)
Kristin Lee, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Kodály Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 (1914)
Bella Hristova, violin; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Coleridge-Taylor Quintet in F-sharp minor for Clarinet, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 10 (1895)
David Shifrin, clarinet; Kristin Lee, Bella Hristova, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

 

Winter Festival: Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet with Juho Pohjonen, Piano
Sunday, February 13, 2022, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Shostakovich’s master work is sandwiched between two prime examples of the traditional classical canon. All three pieces feature Juho Pohjonen, one of the brightest young instrumental talents to emerge from Finland today. He was part of CMS’s Bowers Program as a young musician and has attracted great attention as one of the Nordic country's most intriguing and talented pianists. He was mentored by the legendary pianist Sir Andras Schiff.

Beethoven Sonata in D major for Violin and Piano, Op. 12, No. 1 (1797-98)
Richard Lin, violin; Juho Pohjonen, piano

Shostakovich Quintet in G minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 57 (1940)
Juho Pohjonen, piano; Richard Lin, Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Paul Watkins, cello

Mendelssohn Trio No. 1 in D minor for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 49 (1839)
Juho Pohjonen, piano; Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin; Paul Watkins, cello

 

New Milestones: Journey and Evolution
NY Premiere of Marc Neikrug’s A Song by Mahler

Thursday, February 17, 2022, 7:30 pm
**This event takes place at the Kaplan Penthouse**

CMS presents the New York premiere of Marc Neikrug’s chamber opera A Song by Mahler, co-commissioned by CMS, with mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano, baritone Kelly Markgraf, David Shifrin on clarinet and the FLUX Quartet. The opera centers on the agonizing reality of two characters: a classical singer who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s and her accompanist husband. The title comes from Mahler’s Rückert-Lieder, “Liebst du um Schönheit” (“If You Love for the Sake of Beauty”); in the opera, it is the art song which had been the singer’s signature encore. It depicts an aspirational love not dependent on beauty, speaking directly to the emotional core of the story. A Song by Mahler will be presented in the Kaplan Penthouse. Composer’s note and program notes available here.

Marc Neikrug A Song by Mahler for Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone, Clarinet, and Strings (2018) (NY Premiere)
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano; Kelly Markgraf, baritone; David Shifrin, clarinet; FLUX Quartet (Tom Chiu, Conrad Harris, violin; Max Mandel, viola; Felix Fan, cello)

 

The Art of the Recital: Dmitri Atapine and Hyeyeon Park
Thursday, February 24, 2022, 7:30 pm
Rose Studio

This series celebrates the distinguished tradition of the recital: concerts crafted by the performers to showcase their unique talents and musical passions. Cellist Dmitri Atapine and pianist Hyeyeon Park perform the World Premiere of Lowell Lieberman’s Sonata No. 5, a CMS co-commission written for Atapine and Park.

Bridge Sonata in D minor for Cello and Piano (1913-17)
Dmitri Atapine, cello; Hyeyeon Park, piano

Liebermann Sonata No. 5 for Cello and Piano, Op. 136 (2019) (CMS Co-Commission, World Premiere)
Dmitri Atapine, cello; Hyeyeon Park, piano

Martinů Variations on a Theme of Rossini for Cello and Piano (1942)
Dmitri Atapine, cello; Hyeyeon Park, piano

Debussy Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915)
Dmitri Atapine, cello; Hyeyeon Park, piano

Shostakovich Sonata in D minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 40 (1934)
Dmitri Atapine, cello; Hyeyeon Park, piano
 

 

Winter Festival: Beethoven’s Piano Trio, Op. 1, No. 1
Friday, February 25, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Beethoven Trio in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, Op. 1, No. 1 (1793)
Wu Han, piano; Chad Hoopes, violin; David Finckel, cello

Debussy Petite Suite for Piano, Four Hands (1886-89)
Wu Han, Jon Kimura Parker, piano

Chausson Concerto in D major for Violin, Piano, and String Quartet, Op. 21 (1889-91)
Paul Huang, violin; Jon Kimura Parker, piano; Francisco Fullana, Chad Hoopes, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

MARCH 2022

Winter Festival: Mendelssohn’s Octet
Sunday, March 6, 2022, 5:00 pm
Tuesday, March 8, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Enescu Octet in C major for Strings, Op. 7 (1900)
Kristin Lee, Danbi Um, Soovin Kim, Sean Lee, violin; Paul Neubauer, Arnaud Sussmann, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, Keith Robinson, cello

Shostakovich Prelude and Scherzo for String Octet, Op. 11 (1924-25)
Danbi Um, Sean Lee, Soovin Kim, Kristin Lee, violin; Paul Neubauer, Arnaud Sussmann, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, Keith Robinson, cello

Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat major for Strings, Op. 20 (1825)
Sean Lee, Kristin Lee, Soovin Kim, Danbi Um, violin; Arnaud Sussmann, Paul Neubauer, viola; Keith Robinson, Nicholas Canellakis, cello

 

Rose Studio Concerts
Thursday, March 10, 2022, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Rose Studio

Still Pastorela for Violin and Piano (1946)
Sean Lee, violin; Gloria Chien, piano

Poulenc Sonata for Cello and Piano (1940-48)
Inbal Segev, cello; Gloria Chien, piano

Bruch Selections from Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, Op. 83 (1909)
Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Inbal Segev, cello; Gloria Chien, piano

Bartók Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano (1938)
Sean Lee, violin; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Gloria Chien, piano

 

Winter Festival: Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor
Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Mozart Quartet in G minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, K. 478 (1785)
Gilles Vonsattel, piano; Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Timothy Ridout, viola; David Requiro, cello

Mendelssohn Quintet No. 1 in A major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 18 (1826; rev. 1832)
Arnaud Sussmann, Alexi Kenney, violin; Timothy Ridout, Yura Lee, viola; David Requiro, cello  

Strauss Quartet in C minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 13 (1883-84)
Gilles Vonsattel, piano; Alexi Kenney, violin; Yura Lee, viola; David Requiro, cello

 

Winter Festival: Schoenberg’s Transfigured Night
Friday, March 18, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

A brilliant highlight of the Winter Festival’s exploration of chamber music milestones is Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night). This is the extraordinary work that combined not only Brahmsian romanticism with flights of modernism but also ushered into the chamber music genre a true tone poem sextet, which tells the story of conflict and reconciliation between lovers. Composed at the end of the 19th century and the dawn of the 20th, the work bridges ages and styles with such magic that it is now regarded as classic, unique in the chamber music literature.

Boccherini Quintet in C major for Two Violins, Viola, and Two Cellos, G. 324, “La musica notturna delle strade di Madrid” (1780)
Yura Lee, Stella Chen, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, Sihao He, cello

Schubert Notturno in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, D. 897, Op. 148 (1828)
Michael Brown, piano; Yura Lee, violin; Sihao He, cello

Britten Phantasy Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 2 (1932)
James Austin Smith, oboe; Stella Chen, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Debussy “La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune” from Préludes, Book II for Piano (1913)
Debussy “Clair de lune” from Suite bergamasque for Piano (c. 1890; rev. 1905)
Michael Brown, piano

Schoenberg Verklärte Nacht [Transfigured Night] for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos, Op. 4 (1899)
Yura Lee, Stella Chen, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, Matthew Lipman, viola; Sihao He, Nicholas Canellakis, cello

 

Artist Series: Juho Pohjonen
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Digital Program

The Artist Series returns this fall to delve into the life and work of CMS artists. The programs feature a short, insightful documentary film about the artist created for this series by documentary filmmaker Tristan Cook. The film is followed by a concert of their specially curated performances from the CMS archive.

 

New Milestones: Visions and Illuminations
Thursday, March 24, 2022, 7:30 pm
Rose Studio

Sofia Gubaidulina’s String Quartet #4 anchors a program of new music performed by the Calidore Quartet. This work by Gubaidulina is scored for a live quartet performing along with layers of recorded sound that include strings played with mallets, instruments tuned a quarter-tone higher than the live ensemble and visual elements embedded in the score. CMS commissioned an essay about the piece, which is available here.  The Calidore also performs the New York premiere of the Grammy-nominated composer Anna Clyne’s Breathing Statues.

Sofia Gubaidulina Quartet No. 4 for Strings with Tape (1993)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Anna Clyne Breathing Statues for String Quartet (2019) (CMS Co-Commission, NY Premiere)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Joan Tower White Water for String Quartet (2011)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

Jörg Widmann Jagdquartett for Strings (2003)
Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)

 

Winter Festival: Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue
Sunday, March 27, 2022, 5:00 pm
Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Ravel Sonata for Violin and Piano (1923-27)
Ida Kavafian, violin; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

Marsalis Selections from At the Octoroon Balls for String Quartet (CMS Co-Commission) (1995)
Orion String Quartet (Daniel Phillips, Todd Phillips, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello)

Milhaud La création du monde for Piano Quintet, Op. 81 (1923)
Orion Weiss, piano; Orion String Quartet (Daniel Phillips, Todd Phillips, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Timothy Eddy, cello)

Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue for Piano, Four Hands (arr. Henry Levine) (1924)
Orion Weiss, Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

APRIL 2022

An Evening with Escher String Quartet
Sunday, April 3, 2022, 5:00 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Dvořák Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Op. 51 (1878-79)
Escher String Quartet (Adam Barnett-Hart, Brendan Speltz, violin; Pierre Lapointe, viola; Brook Speltz, cello)

Bartók Quartet No. 3 for Strings (1927)
Escher String Quartet (Adam Barnett-Hart, Brendan Speltz, violin; Pierre Lapointe, viola; Brook Speltz, cello)

Tchaikovsky Quartet No. 3 in E-flat minor for Strings, Op. 30 (1876)
Escher String Quartet (Adam Barnett-Hart, Brendan Speltz, violin; Pierre Lapointe, viola; Brook Speltz, cello)

 

Evolving Ensembles
Friday, April 8, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Beethoven Trio in G major for Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 9, No. 1 (1797-98)
Stella Chen, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; David Requiro, cello

Mozart Quintet in C minor for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, K. 406 (1782, arr. 1787)
Stella Chen, Ani Kavafian, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, Paul Neubauer, viola; Mihai Marica, cello

Brahms Sextet No. 1 in B-flat major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Two Cellos, Op. 18 (1859-60)
Ani Kavafian, Stella Chen, violin; Paul Neubauer, Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; David Requiro, Mihai Marica, cello

 

New Milestones: Emergence of Beauty
Thursday, April 14, 2022, 7:30 pm
Rose Studio

Jeffrey Mumford amid fleeting pockets of billowing radiance for Cello (1990)
Darrett Adkins, cello

Salina Fisher Kintsugi for Piano, Violin, and Cello (2020) (NY Premiere)
Terrence Wilson, piano; Alexi Kenney, violin; Darrett Adkins, cello

Clarence Barlow 1981 for Piano, Violin, and Cello (1981)
Terrence Wilson, piano; Alexi Kenney, violin; Darrett Adkins, cello

Jeffrey Mumford let us breathe for Cello (2020)
Darrett Adkins, cello

Julius Eastman Gay Guerrilla for Two Pianos (1979)
Gilles Vonsattel, Terrence Wilson, piano

 

The Art of the Recital: Paul Neubauer & Gloria Chien
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 7:30 pm.
(Rescheduled from October 7, 2021)
Rose Studio

Cassadó Toccata in the Style of Frescobaldi for Viola and Piano (1925)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Paul Sonata for Viola and Piano (1948)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Hindemith Sonata for Viola and Piano, Op. 11, No. 4 (1919)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Bridge Pensiero for Viola and Piano (1905)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Casadesus Two Pieces for Viola and Piano (1947)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Wolstenholme Allegretto for Viola and Piano (c. 1900)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Wolstenholme Canzona for Viola and Piano (1893)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Mana-Zucca Hakinoh (Lament) for Viola and Piano, Op. 186 (1956)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Kreisler La Précieuse (in the style of Couperin) for Viola and Piano (1910)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Kreisler Berceuse romantique for Viola and Piano, Op. 9 (1916)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

Benjamin Four Jamaican Pieces for Viola and Piano (1938-44)
Paul Neubauer, viola; Gloria Chien, piano

MAY 2022

The Innovators: Debussy to Crumb
Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

CMS presents an evening that pairs masterpieces of vocal chamber music with an instrumental work of stunning depth and structure. David Finckel calls this “the most anticipated program of the entire season, offering a trio of compositions that all deserve to be recognized among music’s greatest inventions.” Soprano Tony Arnold and pianist Juho Pohjonen perform songs by Debussy, the French genius who created groundbreaking advances in harmonic language. Pianist Gilbert Kalish joins Pohjonen for what is arguably Stravinsky’s most famous (or infamous) work, the Rite of Spring, for four hands. And Kalish, who was at the piano for the premiere of George Crumb’s hugely successful work, “Ancient Voices of Children,” at the Library of Congress in 1970, brings that piece to life once again in this concert

Debussy Selected Songs for Voice and Piano
Tony Arnold, soprano; Juho Pohjonen, piano

Stravinsky The Rite of Spring for Piano, Four Hands (1911-13)
Juho Pohjonen, Gloria Chien, piano

Ives Selected Songs for Voice and Piano
Tony Arnold, soprano; Gilbert Kalish, piano

Crumb Ancient Voices of Children for Soprano, Boy Soprano, Oboe, Mandolin, Harp, Piano, and Percussion (1970)
Tony Arnold, soprano; Gilbert Kalish, piano; James Austin Smith, oboe; William Anderson, mandolin; Bridget Kibbey, harp; Ayano Kataoka, Ian David Rosenbaum, Daniel Druckman, percussion

 

Rose Studio Concerts
Thursday, May 5, 2022, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Rose Studio

This concert offers two rarely heard quintets, written by composers who were neglected and overlooked for far too long; even now, their work is still not heard often enough. This piano quintet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) was composed when he was only 18 and still a student, but it provides a glimpse into his flair for melody and spontaneity that emerged over the course of his career, cut short by his death from pneumonia at 37. The remarkable Louise Farrenc (1804-1875) was a pianist, composer and teacher who was the only female professor appointed to the Paris Conservatory in the 19th century, and whose work is finally being appreciated after going largely unnoticed for more than a century.

Coleridge-Taylor Quintet in G minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 1 (1893)
Gilles Vonsattel, piano; Jimmy Thompson, Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Farrenc Quintet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Double Bass, Op. 30 (1842)
Gilles Vonsattel, piano; Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Anthony Manzo, bass

 

Carnival of the Animals
Sunday, May 15, 2022, 5:00 pm
Tuesday, May 17, 2022, 7:30 pm
Alice Tully Hall

Biber Sonata representativa in A major for Violin and Continuo, C. 146 (B. IV 184) (c. 1669)
Violinist to be announced; Joshua Gindele, cello; Michael Brown, harpsichord

Handel “Sweet Bird” for Soprano, Flute, Cello, and Continuo from L’Allegro, il Pensieroso ed il Moderato (1740)
Susanna Phillips, soprano; Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Joshua Gindele, cello; Lucille Chung, harpsichord

Copland “Bought Me a Cat” for Voice and Piano from Old American Songs, Set 1
Susanna Phillips, soprano; Michael Brown, piano

Debussy Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune for Ensemble (1892–94, arr. 1920)
Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Stephen Taylor, oboe; Jose Franch-Ballester, clarinet; Miró Quartet (Daniel Ching, William Fedkenheuer, violin; John Largess, viola; Joshua Gindele, cello) Xavier Foley, double bass; Michael Brown, harmonium; Lucille Chung, piano; Ian David Rosenbaum, percussion

Saint-Saëns Le carnaval des animaux for Ensemble (1886)
Michael Brown, Lucille Chung, piano; Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Jose French-Ballester, clarinet; Miró Quartet (Daniel 
Ching, William Fedkenheuer, violin; John Largess, viola; Joshua Gindele, cello); Xavier Foley, double bass; Ayano Kataoka, Ian David Rosenbaum, percussion

Additional works to be announced

 

Musical Heritage: Claude Frank and Lilian Kallir
Wednesday May 25, 2021
Digital Program

This webinar series explores towering figures in classical music and brings them to life through exceptional conversations with musicians deeply influenced by the celebrated artists who are the focus of each program. The program streams live on Wednesday evenings, and is then available free, on-demand, on the CMS website by the following Wednesday. Tonight’s program explores the music and life of Lilian Kallir.

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About the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) is one of eleven constituents of the largest performing arts complex in the world, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, which includes the New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, Lincoln Center Theater, and The Metropolitan Opera. With its home in Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, CMS is known for the extraordinary quality of its performances and its programming, and for setting the benchmark for chamber music worldwide. Through its many performance, education, recording, and broadcast activities, it brings the experience of great chamber music to more people than any other organization of its kind. Under the artistic leadership of David Finckel and Wu Han, CMS presents a wide variety of concert series and educational events for listeners of all ages, appealing to both connoisseurs and newcomers. CMS performing artists constitute a revolving multi-generational and international roster of the world’s finest chamber musicians, enabling CMS to present chamber music of every instrumentation, style, and historical period. Annual activities include a full season in New York, as well as national and international tours. 

During 2020, the year of the pandemic shut-down, Finckel and Wu Han played a leadership role in the chamber music world, quickly pivoting CMS to digital programming. They created more than 150 high-quality digital programs, and through the Front Row: National initiative, shared CMS content with more than 60 chamber music presenters around North America, resulting in about 400 streaming events to local audiences. CMS’s incomparable digital presence continues to reach hundreds of thousands of listeners around the globe annually and includes: a growing number of live-streamed programs; more than 750 hours of performance and education videos free to the public on its website; a 52-week public radio series across the US; radio programming in Taiwan and mainland China; appearances on American Public Media; the new monthly program “In Concert with CMS” on the ALL ARTS broadcast channel;  the NY-Emmy-nominated documentary film "Transcending: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Celebrates 50 Years;" and performances featured on Medici.tv, Tencent, and SiriusXM’s Symphony Hall channel.

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The Jerome L. Greene Foundation is the 2021/22 CMS Season Sponsor.

The Hauser Foundation is the CMS Digital Season Sponsor.

CMS thanks the following for their leadership support: Ann S. Bowers, Judy and Tony Evnin, the Marion Goldin Charitable Gift Fund, the Frederick R. Koch Foundation, the Irving Harris Foundation, Elinor and Andrew Hoover, the Estate of Andrea J. Klepetar-Fallek, Mr. and Mrs. James P. O'Shaughnessy, The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc., the Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Foundation, Sally D. and Stephen M. Clement, Joseh M. Cohen, Mrs. Daniel Cowin, William and Inger Ginsberg, Phyllis Grann, Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge, Peter and Jane Keegan, Richard Prins and Connie Steemsma, Elaine and Alan Weiler, the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund,

CMS digital initiatives are supported, in part, by The Alphadyne Foundation, the Sidney E. Frank Foundation, and MetLife Foundation.

CMS education and outreach programs are made possible, in part, with support from the Chisholm Foundation, Colburn Foundation, the Tiger Baron Foundation, Con Edison, the Hearst Foundations, Alice Ilchman Fund, the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Fund, and The Frank and Helen Hermann Foundation.

CMS new music programming is supported, in part, by Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Francis Goelet Charitable Lead Trusts, Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, and The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc.

Public funds are provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

 

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