The 41st Anniversary Season is here!

I’m so proud to announce Chamber Music Sedona’s 41st season. Hot off the glow of our anniversary year, we are presenting a tremendous lineup of programs and star artists. From celebrating the romantic glory of Rachmaninoff, to welcoming back the popular Tessa Lark and the venerable Orion String Quartet, to introducing new faces like saxophone phenomenon Steven Banks, this season has something for everyone. See you at the concerts!

Nick Canellakis – Artistic Director

Click on the image below to play Nick’s 41st Season Welcome video

Rachmaninoff: A Two-Piano Celebration

November 5, 2023
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Roman Rabinovich, piano | Orion Weiss, piano

Lark & Thurber with Charles Overton

January 7, 2024
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Tessa Lark, violin | Michael Thurber, bass | Charles Overton, harp

The Art of the Piano Quartet

February 11, 2024
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Gloria Chien, piano | Arnaud Sussmann, violin | Milena Pajaro De Stadt, viola | Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Orion String Quartet Farewell Tour

March 24, 2024
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Daniel Philips, violin | Todd Philips, violin | Steven Tenenbom, viola | Timothy Eddy, cello

Star of the Saxophone – Steven Banks and Xak Bjerken

April 28, 2024
Sedona Performing Arts Center

Steven Banks, saxophone | Xak Bjerken, piano


Winter Salon: Whimsical Strings

Saturday, Feb 10, 2024
Private Home

Arnaud Sussmann, violin | Milena Pajaro De Stadt, viola | Nicholas Canellakis, cello

Spring Salon: Adam Golka in Recital

Tuesday, April 23, 2024
Private Home

Adam Golka, piano

Check out our YouTube Page. We’ve got some beautiful new videos featuring highlights from the 40th season to share.
Click on the image below to play one of the highlights of the season

2022-23 playbill-program

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Browse through the history of Chamber Music Sedona

Are you curious about all the wonderful artists and groups that have performed over the years with Chamber Music Sedona? We have put together searchable lists on two pages for you see!