Date(s) - Mar 11, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Enjoy an evening among friends filled with favorite chamber music treasures and new musical flavors performed by the Pittsburgh Chamber Players, an acclaimed group of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra musicians.
This intimate and passionate performance takes chamber music back to its roots, engaging the audience with both the music and the musicians.
Established in 1997, the Pittsburgh Chamber Players perform in mixed ensembles of three to nine artists. Hailed for daring, intelligent, and often interdisciplinary programming, their repertoire ranges from familiar masterpieces to neglected gems to newly commissioned American works.
The varied instrumental combinations of their concerts fascinate and delight audiences, winning them enthusiastic praise for innovative and spirited performances.
The mission of the Pittsburgh Chamber Players is to perform music that honors the art of chamber music while expanding cultural awareness and building bridges in the community. They achieve this mission through concerts, lectures, and master classes. Mikhail Istomin, a cellist with the symphony, is the artistic director of the Pittsburgh Chamber Players.
The performance takes place in the 220-seat sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills in Mt. Lebanon, PA. Wheelchair accessible. Service dogs welcome. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available in advance only through BrownPaperTickets for $40 Adults and $20 Students (K-12). Tickets at the door will be $45/$25 (credit card processing fees will apply). Ticket prices includes a wine and cheese reception following the concert.