Chamber Music Society of St. Louis announces virtual concerts for the 2020-21 season



After months of observation, reflection, investigation and consideration of health and safety and yet knowing that our community is hungry for live music, the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis (CMSSL) will present its 2020-21 season virtually until at least December.

CMSSL will perform their concerts in the Sheldon Concert Hall in their normal format, including Executive and Artistic Director Marc Gordon offering a preview of the pieces they perform, but without an audience. The concerts will be delivered virtually and password protected through their website. Performing in the concert hall allows them to safely remove musicians on its larger stage and bring superior chamber music performances to their audience in a safe environment … their home. To continue the social component of their cabaret style events, they will be offering an online “Meet & Greet” after each performance. As 2021 approaches, CMSSL will assess the situation and decide whether to continue the virtual presentation or safely return to concerts attended by the public. Be confident that decisions will be made with the welfare of the public as the highest priority.Technicals and details will be updated as they approach their first pair of season opening concerts on October 12 and 13. Those wishing to attend these events online can SUBSCRIBE season or visit the individual event pages on their website.



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