April 28, 2019

Benjamin Beilman         Andrew Tyson

About Us


Volunteering at Chamber Music Raleigh is a wonderful way to meet new people and to experience great music. Volunteers are needed to distribute programs, work in the merchandise booth, greet patrons at the table area and assist staff with security.  To find out more about opportunities to help...

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(919) 715-5923

Quartet for the End of Time

Mac Nelson
​Guitar

April 7, 2019

October 14, 2018

Olga Kleiankina, piano
projections & images by 
​Emil Polyak

Series

Volunteer

May 5, 2019

Borromeo String Quartet

Kaine Riggan

Caroline Shaw & Jasper String Quartet

March 3, 2019

SECU Auditorium at

2018 - 2019 Season

Managing Director


 Elizabeth Kahn - Board President
Peg O'Connell - Vice-President
Liz Frazer - Secretary
Stephen Reynolds - Treasurer

Hans Kellner 
Greg Logan
Dan Porper
Terry Thompson
​Juvon LeGarre-Rivers

Our Passage to the Stars

February 3, 2019


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.

Our History

ARTISTS

CMR Board President Elizabeth Kahn, NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall, Jasper Quartet with Caroline Shaw, CMR Artistic Consultant Amanda Meliosky and CMR Managing Director Kaine Riggan at the 2018-19 season opener in October at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

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Amanda Meliosky

Artistic Consultant

Our Mission

Oliver Kot, violin     Jeremy Lamb, cello

Samuel Sparrow, clarinet

​Emily Jarrell Ubanek, piano

November 18, 2018

May 12, 2019


Chamber Music Raleigh 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

Solomon Eichner, piano
Bonnie Thron, cello
​Brian Reagin, violin

All performances are Sundays at 2pm in the