Welcome to the ChamberMusic@Beall 2021-2022 Season!
We're thrilled to return to live performance, but we continue to put the safety of our audiences, performers, and staff at the forefront of our planning. Due to a variety of health protocols and COVID adaptations, this season’s ChamberMusic@Beall series will include five concerts from January 23-April 3, 2022. Subscriptions will be available starting November 1, 2021, and single tickets go on sale December 1 – just in time to make CM@B tickets a part of your holiday celebrations.
SPECIAL ADD-ON CONCERT
October 24, 2021
“Passion, precision, [and] warmth” (The New York Times) emanate from the strings of this Israeli quartet, as they perform works from Haydn, Shostakovich, and Beethoven. BUY TICKETS NOW!
CM@B 2021-22 SEASON
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
January 23, 2022
The Romantic movement blossomed across Europe during the nineteenth century. Johannes Brahms’ Scherzo adhered to the discipline of the classical age, yet, who has ever composed more romantically and with such passion? Gustav Mahler penned his only work of chamber music, Quartet in A minor, as an idealistic student, while César Franck brought sensuousness and seriousness to his epic Quintet in F minor.
February 6, 2022
Three renowned visionary artists of the next generation combine talents as the eclectic new piano trio performs works from Zorn, Ives, and Schumann.
Black Oak Ensemble
February 20, 2022
The “fierce eloquence” (The Times, London) of violinists Desirée Ruhstrat, Aurélien Fort Pederzoli, and cellist David Cunliffe join forces with flutist Eugenia Molinare for selections of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, as well as pieces from Kattenburg, Debussy, Villa-Lobos, and more.
St. Lawrence Quartet
March 6, 2022
SLSQ is “a modern string quartet that brings flexibility, dramatic fire and…a hint of rock 'n' roll energy…” (Los Angeles Times). Their “irresistible exuberance” (Boston Globe) shines in a spring concert of Haydn, Dvorak, and Golijov.
April 3, 2022
Beethoven trios highlight the final concert of the CMB season, featuring one of Berlin’s leading piano chamber ensembles. Never shying from extremes, the ATOS aims to push limits when it comes to sound and dynamics and is known for honesty of interpretation.
Tickets for the add-on performance of Jerusalem Quartet are on sale now. Subscriptions to the full season will be available November 1 and individual tickets go on sale December 1. Tickets are limited due to COVID protocols. Masks are required at all performances.
Online: Jerusalem Quartet Tickets On Sale Now
In Person: Room #003 on the Ground Floor of the Erb Memorial Union (EMU), which is located on the corner of E 13th Ave and University St.
GPS-friendly address: 1395 University St, Eugene, OR 97403
By Phone: 541-346-4363