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In 2024, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is proud to bring a lineup of world-renowned musicians to Vero Beach, Florida. Our three captivating concerts will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church. Join us for an extraordinary musical journey. Don’t miss out on this thrilling series of performances. You can purchase tickets for individual concerts or subscribe to the entire season to ensure you won’t miss any of these extraordinary events.

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All performances take place at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 2365 Pine Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960


Concert 1: Beethoven, Shostakovich, and Dvořák — Mon, Jan 22, 7:30 pm

On January 22, be part of a magical evening as we kick off our concert series. Witness the incredible artistry of David Finckel and Wu Han, our esteemed artistic directors, as they present their legendary interpretation of Dmitri Shostakovich’s haunting Cello Sonata. They will also be joined by the talented Richard Lin and Timothy Ridout for two chamber music masterpieces: Ludwig van Beethoven’s gripping First Piano Trio and Antonín Dvořák’s moving Second Piano Quartet, a heartfelt tribute to the composer’s homeland.


Concert 2: Instrumental Inspirations — Thu, Feb 29, 7:30 pm

Join us in February for an exciting showcase featuring composers from across Europe. Experience the incomparable talents of these musicians as they display their prowess in instrumental performance. The program will range from Franz Schubert’s delightful classical string trio to Edvard Grieg’s passionate Third Piano Sonata.


Concert 3:  Trios Transformed — Wed, Mar 20, 7:30 pm

As we near the end of the season, three accomplished CMS musicians will present a unique four-work juxtaposition of seminal trios by Beethoven and Haydn. This is a rare opportunity to witness the evolution of each composer’s trios, just as they did side by side in Vienna, where they shared a cordial yet somewhat competitive relationship.