CMS’s Winter Festival celebrates the dawn of chamber music concert life, with four programs performed in Vienna in the 1820s. Between 1823 and 1828, 108 concerts were programmed, presented, and performed by Beethoven and Schubert’s friend and collaborator, the violinist Ignaz Schuppanzigh (1776-1830). In the process, Schuppanzigh became the acknowledged father of the classical chamber music series, and his promotion of the Classical style through the music of Schubert, Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart, and other worthy composers had a lasting effect on audiences and the chamber music world.
Join us for a pre-concert lecture by distinguished historian John R. Hale at 3:45 PM in the Rose Studio. Free for ticket holders.
- Haydn Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Hob. III:71, Op. 71, No. 3 (1793)
- Spohr Double Quartet No. 1 in D minor for Strings, Op. 65 (1823)
- Beethoven Quintet in C major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 29 (1801)
This event will take place at Alice Tully Hall. Please click here for more information on the venue.
1 hour, 45 minutes
Join us for a pre-concert lecture by historian John R. Hale at 3:45 PM in the Rose Studio. Free for ticket holders.
CMS’s Winter Festival celebrates the dawn of chamber music concert life, with four programs performed in Vienna in the 1820s, featuring the Juilliard, Miró, Escher, and Shanghai String Quartets and a host of CMS artists.