Concerts

For the past two decades, our Community Chamber Concerts series has been providing residents and visitors of our community with free chamber concerts of outstanding quality.

With pride we continue to introduce our audiences to world acclaimed ensembles and soloists who share with us their interpretations of classical and contemporary music, and who welcome socializing with each and everyone following the performances.

Along with every concert, our outreach programs have successfully brought musicians into Bryan and College Station schools, colleges, and nursing homes, where young students and senior listeners have had the unique opportunity to experience chamber music in a more personal way.

As a supporter of Friends of Chamber Music, you have contributed to the success of this series in the past and you are a part of us in the present. With gratitude, we hope that your support will continue.

We look forward to seeing you at our concerts and to sharing with you unforgettable musical experiences for years to come.

The Ariel String Quartet

The Ariel String Quartet

Juho Pohjonen

Juho Pohjonen

Chanticleer

Chanticleer

The McGill-McHale Trio

The McGill-McHale Trio

Zlatomir Fung

Zlatomir Fung

The Miro String Quartet

The Miro String Quartet

“…passionate, expressive approach to established repertoire”

Nov 14, 2020

ONLINE only

“…one of the most intriguing and talented pianists to emerge from Finland”

Dec 04, 2020

ONLINE only

Chanticleer

“America's a cappella pride and joy.” – Classics Today

“Three of the leading classical musicians of our day”

“…first U.S. cellist in over 30 years to win the Gold Medal at the International Tchaikovsky Competition (2019) and the youngest musician ever”

“…supreme artistic vision, collaborative intensity and emotional mastery”

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Mailing Address: 

Friends of Chamber Music,

PO Box 4648, Bryan, TX 77805-4648

Email:  info@fcmtx.org

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Friends of Chamber Music is a registered non-profit organization.

All your contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.