New York, February 28, 2022 — The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) announces its 2022-23 season with a wide range of repertoire performed by its international, intergenerational roster of world-renowned artists. Following three Summer Evenings concerts in July, the main 2022-23 season in New York begins on October 16, 2022 and runs through May 7, 2023, with performances in Alice Tully Hall, the Rose Studio and the Kaplan Penthouse. More than 60 additional concerts are scheduled for national and international touring and annual residencies. Among the season’s other offerings are a variety of lectures, concerts for young listeners, and master classes, plus digital encores of concerts in Alice Tully Hall and free, livestreamed concerts from the Rose Studio.
“We look forward to concerts at Alice Tully Hall, and in more intimate spaces, the Rose Studio and Kaplan Penthouse, which are perfect places for chamber music,” said Wu Han, CMS Co-Artistic Director. “They are ideal for an innovative evening of new works by young composers, an artist-driven recital with personally chosen repertoire or a late-evening concert with old favorites and new discoveries.”
Across 41 concerts this season, CMS invites audiences to discover works of music—from the 1700s to the present moment—that are completely new to CMS, like Vivaldi’s Sonata in A major for Violin and Continuo and world premieres by Zosha di Castri or James Lee III. CMS programs explore music by composers, like Korngold and Price, whose work deserves to be heard more often, and revisits masterpieces by iconic composers like Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven in configurations that allow audiences to hear them anew.