CMR continues its partnership with the North Carolina Museum of Art to present the Sights & Sounds on Sundays Series in the museum's intimate 232-seat auditorium. Concerts sell out, so order early. Other special events include The String Queens in February and a special wine event with Zuill Bailey and Natasha Paremski at the NC Executive Mansion this October.
Tickets NOW ON SALE!
Season 82 continues FEBRUARY 4!
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2024 at 2:00 p.m.
(above-left ) Paremski with honorary event chair Mary J. C. Cresimore & Zuill Bailey
(above-right) Dr. Sarala Reddy & CMR Board Member Dr. Ramachandra Reddy
8 City Residency in February
Chamber Music Raleigh is funded in part by the City of Raleigh based on recommendations of the Raleigh Arts Commission.
presented by Stephen Reynolds & Susan Osborne
IVALAS STRING QUARTET
Chamber Music Raleigh programs are made possible by corporate sponsors, grants and individual donors like you. Find out more about the benefits of becoming a Concert Sponsor and the impact you can make with your gift or subscription. Season 82 corporate support comes from Collegiate Capital Management.
North Carolina Museum of Art
The world of chamber music comes to life through our many enriching and engaging education and outreach programs for adults and children in Wake County Public Schools. We offer a chance to hear and learn from live performances and expand opportunities for talented young musicians through master classes and other programming partnerships,
Duke University's Ciompi Quartet Plays NCMA Sunday, June 11th!