Classical Music In The Garden: Season Finale with the Chamber Music Society of San Francisco
• Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet in F Major, Op. 18, No. 1
• Jessie Montgomery: Voodoo Dolls
• Felix Mendelssohn: String Quartet op. 44 no. 1
This concert will be held outdoors on the Gamble Garden Carriage House Patio. Attendance will be limited, and tickets should be purchased in advance online. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with the performers and the music in this intimate setting!
Seating opens at 3:30 PM and the event begins at 4:00 PM. The concert will be approximately 75 minutes with a brief intermission. A reception for all attendees and musicians will follow the performance.
A light wrap or sweater is recommended. Restrooms on site.
Gamble Garden follows Santa Clara County Public Health Department COVID-19 requirements and guidelines. Masks are not required for outdoor activities. Masks are strongly recommended indoors but are not required.
$50 Member (use code IRIS) / $60 Non-member. Register below:
Gamble Garden members enjoy a $10 discount! Members, enter promo code IRIS to receive your discount. Registration lists are checked with member lists. You may be asked to confirm your membership in a follow up email.
About the Artist
The Chamber Music Society of San Francisco is dedicated to bringing chamber music masterworks to diverse audiences. CMS of SF is passionate about concertizing in intimate settings, creating close connections between performers and listeners, and cultivating a relationship between music and audiences that extends far beyond the perimeter of the concert hall. Drawing listeners into the lives of the composers and the world of the music, CMS of SF concerts are a favorite destination for both chamber music lovers and those new to the genre.
Members of CMS of SF can be heard performing with the San Francisco Symphony, SF Opera, SF Ballet, the San Francisco and New Century Chamber Orchestras, American Bach Soloists, the Oakland Symphony.
Founding members Natasha Makhijani, Jory Fankuchen, Clio Tilton, and Samsun van Loon came together through their mutual love of the late Beethoven String Quartets. Collaborations have included artists such as Kay Stern, Stephen Prutsman, Jean-Michel Fonteneau, and Jodi Levitz.