60th Anniversary Celebratory Concert
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020 | 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Stude Concert Hall, Shepherd School of Music,
Rice University
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PROGRAM

Elgar
Serenade Op. 20
Mozart
Piano Concerto KV 414
Dvořák
Notturno Op. 40
Suk
Serenade Op. 6

PERFORMERS

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Guest Artist

Alessio Bax, piano

The Grammy Award-winning Orpheus Chamber Orchestra comes from Carnegie Hall to perform an unforgettable program in celebration of Chamber Music Houston’s 60th Anniversary.  Known around the world as an orchestra without a conductor, Orpheus has enjoyed phenomenal success for nearly 50 years.

 

Cheers to sixty years!

Be a part of this special celebration! 

 


Toast to Great Music !

Ticket purchase includes a champagne reception in Alice Pratt Brown Hall with the performers immediately following the concert.

 


Create lasting memories!

A special CMH 60th Anniversary Program will be provided on this very special evening.  Your support will be recognized with a customized Cheers to Sixty Years acknowledgement, corporate ad, tribute, or in memoriam to be featured in the full-color program ($250 – $750). info@chambermusichouston.org

 


Become a Diamond Supporter!

With your generous donation of $1,000 or more to this event, you become a CMH Diamond Supporter and receive complimentary tickets (up to four), customized Cheers to Sixty Years acknowledgement, and exclusive invitation to related events with the performers.

 


Save up to 30%!

Pre-sale tickets available to CMH 2020-2021 subscribers until May 31, 2020.  This option is provided when purchasing a subscription online, email to info@chambermusichouston.org, or contact our office at 713-348-5400.

 

Single tickets with reserved seating on sale beginning June 1st

 


 

“Orpheus demonstrated its conductorless ability to render complex scores with taut precision and feverish excitement.”

– THE NEW YORK TIMES

 

“Just one breath signaled the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra to release a sound that stirred the core of the audience’s souls.”

– THE EPOCH TIMES

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