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CMS is the premier venue for live chamber music performances by some of the top musicians from around the world.
Chamber Music Sedona helps to bring national and world talent to the beautiful red rocks of Sedona. Don't miss the 7th Annual Sedona Bluegrass Festival coming up in June!
Chamber Music Sedona has joined thousands of musicians and hundreds of concert presenters across the country this May in celebrating National Chamber Music Month.
Our Bluegrass in the Library, Wednesday, May 1 was one of the designated events as part of a nationwide initiative to raise public awareness of the many styles of small ensemble music performed and presented today. Last year, participation spanned all fifty states and featured both well-established and emerging ensembles. Thank you to all who joined us for an evening of bluegrass by local favorite Muskellunge Bluegrass.Chamber Music America defines chamber music as works for small ensembles of 2–10 members, playing one to a part and generally performing without a conductor.
For information on other performances taking place across the country during National Chamber Music Month, visit www.chamber-music.org.
In a 5 day period you can get your fill of Bluegrass in several ways. Go here for complete information: SedonaBluegrassFestival.org. From the BBQ at the beautiful Segner Ranch to the Festival Concerts, we have lots of ways for you to experience some of today's best Bluegrass, including the incomparable David Grizman and his FolkJazz Trio featuring flat-picking guitarist/singer Jim Hurst and son Samson Grisman on bass
Chamber Music Sedona's 30th Anniversary Season is made possible with underwriting support from
Aspey, Watkins & Diesel, P.L.L.C., Attorneys at Law.
Additional support comes from The City of Sedona, The Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts, the Verde Valley Medical Center, The Margaret T. Morris Foundation and WESTAF.
Top header image by: Andrew Holman Photography