“Enlightening, riveting, and just plain fun to watch.” – Worcester Telegram & Gazette (of Claremont Trio) When’s the last time you heard “enlightening,” “riveting” and “fun” used to describe chamber music? Stick around, and those words may become common in your own conversations. “Many people think classical music is boring,” the trio says on their […]
In Celebration of Chatham’s 300th Anniversary, we’re presenting a free concert at First Congregational Church in Chatham, at 6pm on Wednesday, August 8, featuring Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School Select Chorus and pianists from the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Art. Patrons who are also attending the Jupiter String Quartet at 7:30 are invited […]
In August, Frank Almond will record an album based on the history of the “Lipinski” Stradivarius violin he plays. To support his effort, he launched a Kickstarter project, which was successfully funded (and went over the target amount). Watch Frank’s Kickstarter video (on the right) and learn more about the violin he’ll be playing. At 17, […]
Jon Manasse regrets that he will be unable to join us for the August 12 Gala. All is well and he will be on the Cape later in the season for his other scheduled appearances. In his stead, the Borromeo String Quartet will be performing with Jon Nakamatsu. Cape Cod Chamber Music Festivalinvites you […]
Do you have your tickets? This season opens with an especially large bang as the Tokyo String Quartet plays their last Cape Cod concert on opening night. In April the quartet announced that this concert season (2012/2013) will be its last. One of the world’s most distinguished chamber music ensembles, the quartet was founded in […]
PRESS RELEASE: North Eastham, Massachusetts, March 14, 2012— The Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival will sponsor an early-spring prelude to its 33rd summer season: a return performance by the Futura String Quartet at the Wellfleet Congregational Church, to benefit the Mustard Seed Kitchen. The concert will be held on Saturday, March 24th, at 4 p.m., […]
On August 4, 2011 The Quartet San Francisco held a string and tango workshop in Sandwich at the Riverview School. The Riverview School serves adolescents and young adults with complex language, learning and cognitive disabilities. A group of these students spent four weeks prior to the workshop learning to dance tangos. They worked with their […]
Read a kind and fitting tribute to our friend, the late Bernard Greenhouse, in the Cape Cod Times.
The New York Times lists the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival in its exclusive directory of summer classical music throughout the US. See the entire list at the New York Times
Visit Outer Cape Health Services to purchase tickets.
The Washington Post has a review of our Artistic Directors, Jon Manasse and Jon Nakamatsu, from a recent concert at Dumbarton Oaks. Read the review.