The Chamber Music Society if the Carolinas Inaugural Season
Welcome to the inaugural season of the Chamber Music Society of the Carolinas formerly the Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival. (The new name reflects our presence in both North and South Carolina)
Our upcoming season in June-July 2019 will showcase some of the highest forms of artistry through music. Our wonderful string quartets, the Jasper String Quartet, and the Tesla String Quartet will be returning. For our opening concert, we welcome award-winning Horszowski trio, hailed ‘impressive’ and ‘powerhouse’ by the New York and Los Angeles Times. Wonderful innovative and compelling programs are in store for the season, including one of the great masterpieces of chamber music, beloved by audience and performers alike- the Mendelssohn’s Octet for Strings.
We look forward to sharing yet another spectacular season of music with you. Plan on joining us this June-July to get a taste of the musical mastery we bring to the beautiful Carolinas.
Concerts and Tickets 2019 Season
Inessa Zaretsky, Festival Director
Chamber Music Society of the Carolinas at Warren Wilson College
CPO 6062 P.O. Box 9000
Asheville NC 28815-9000
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