After a year without live music, Chamber Music Northwest is so excited to share plans for a joyful and reflective 2021 Summer Festival! They will present an array of thrilling and deeply moving repertoire, performed by the greatest artists in the world, that you can enjoy both live and at home.
Some of CMNW’s favorite performers will return, such as the Dover and Brentano string quartets, and cellist Paul Watkins of the Emerson Quartet. The East Coast Chamber Orchestra, saxophonist Branford Marsalis, guitarist Jason Vieaux, and bass-baritone Davóne Tines headline the star-studded cast who will make their CMNW debuts. Timeless classics such as Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings and Copland’s Appalachian Spring will be heard alongside five exciting world premieres.
Everyone is invited to join this summer, with live and at-home performances, to reflect on the past year and rejoice with the optimism that music brings to our lives!
LIVE Summer Festival | Thursday, July 1 – Sunday, July 25, 2021
Advance ticket reservations are required. Limited live seats (max 150 occupants) are available in the 750 occupancy auditorium. Live festival passes include an At-home Pass.
AT-HOME Summer Festival | Thursday, July 15 – Saturday, August 7, 2021
Recorded and produced concerts from the live festival will premiere on cmnw.org two weeks after the first live concert. These rolling online premieres begin on July 15 and run through August 7 —
the entire festival is available on-demand through August 31.
Learn more about the concerts and grab your Live Pass (very limited seats and selling out fast), or At-home Pass at cmnw.org.