Chamber Music Society of St. Louis Announces their 2021-22 Season
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ST. LOUIS - eMusicWire -- The 13th season of the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis (CMSSL) opens this summer with a return to live performances and a wide variety of programming for all music lovers.

"After a season of performing virtual concerts to a hall with no audience, all of us at CMSSL cannot wait to get in front of a live audience again," states Marc Gordon, CMSSL Executive and Artistic Director. "We are preparing for a number of special events including a free concert in Clayton's Shaw Park in August with Leonard Slatkin conducting this program of all American music."

CMSSL offers 12 programs this season, along with two special events honoring Maestro Leonard Slatkin. Live performances feature socially distanced seating and are held at The Sheldon Concert Hall. Virtual presentations will be streamed through the CMMSL website.  A Virtual Subscription Pass is available, which includes access to all 12 programs streamed via the website for 48 hours one week following each live performance. These can be purchased through the CMMSL website or by phone at 314-941-6309. There will also be 12 weekly programs of encore performances on Classic 107.3 FM, The Voice for the Arts in St. Louis, which can be heard Thursday evenings at 6p with a re-broadcast on Monday mornings at 10a. through Labor Day.

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The 2021-22 CMSSL offerings include:

St. Louis Works a chamber group conducted by Maestro Leonard Slatkin.

An Evening with Leonard Slatkin celebrates the release of Slatkin's third book, "Classical Crossroads"

Water Music

Frightfest, Revenge
Enjoy chamber music from the dark side and a screening of Buster Keaton's "Haunted House"

Fantastic Classics Hometown concert pianist Brian Woods returns to perform

Baroque Masters St. Louis favorite Nicholas McGegan returns to conduct some of the genre's defining works,

Holiday Hoopla A seasonal music celebration

Salzburg Celebration The CMSSL's annual birthday tribute to Mozart.

Lovefest Is Forever Feel the love with a performance by renowned jazz piano duo Stephanie Trick and Paulo Alderighi.

Suites, Spirituals and Dances Listeners will enjoy a program celebrating African American composers.

Guess Who? Monday A musical gameshow.

The Winds Blow Back A spotlight on works featuring woodwinds.

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It's Still All About You A sequel to last year's All About You concert where the program is voted on by our patrons

A Tale of Two Suites A program including works about kitchen utensils, a fiddle and other tales.

Subscriptions are on sale now and available online or by phone at 314-941-6309. Single tickets are available via phone and will be released online August 15, 2021. CMSSL performances are also part of the Concert Pass Collaborative  program providing free admission for students.

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