The mission of Chamber Music Raleigh is to enrich and connect individuals in the greater Raleigh community through intimate and exceptional chamber music experiences. The organization is committed to presenting world class artists performing music of the highest caliber, providing performance showcases for North Carolina artists, creating opportunities for intensive learning experiences and fostering a love for chamber music.
Elizabeth Kahn, President
Peg O'Connell, Vice-President
Liz Frazer, Secretary
Stephen Reynolds, Treasurer
Dana Friedli, Hans Kellner, Greg Logan, Dan Porper, Terry Thompson
Jackson Cooper, Executive Director
Chamber Music was founded as the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild by a group of about twenty local professional musicians and music lovers in 1941. Held on April 25, the first concert was presented in the Raleigh Little Theatre and featured Edgar and Dorothy Alden, Charlotte Houston Atkinson, Herbert Bird, violins; Katherine Eide, William Klenz, Peter Farrell, cellos; Christian Kutschinski, Julia Mueller, Paul Oncley, violas; Henry Bruinsma, double bass; Aileen McMillan, Dorothy Phelps, piano. Read more highlights from Chamber Music Raleigh's history »