Say it ain’t so! Sorry, it’s so.
Although it pains us greatly, we have once again had to postpone our programming because of the ongoing pandemic.
This time, our inaugural Fall Series of three concerts, originally scheduled to kick off Saturday, October 10 has been cancelled. However, that doesn’t mean that we won’t be providing music to our Bridgehampton Chamber Music family this fall. Following up on our Summer Festival at Home programs, we have planned programs for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. We we will be offering three programs – one each in October, November, and December. We’re thrilled to share programs drawn from our rich archive of live performances with new interviews with artists, composers, and more. See details below! In the meantime, stay safe, and we look forward to all being together as soon as we possibly can.
P.S. We’ll be in touch with all ticket holders in the coming days to discuss your options. Thank you for your continued patience!
FALL SERIES AT HOME
We kick off the Fall Series at Home with a mini composer portrait of Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, dazzlingly talented sibling composers and performers. With a special guest appearance by Alan Alda! More>>>
Hear two sides of French composer Gabriel Fauré, through wonderful performances of his well known Piano Quartet in C minor and three beautiful miniatures, or “Morceaus” as Fauré calls them, for piano and violin, harp and flute, and harp and cello. More>>>
We close the Fall Season at Home with a blustery program featuring Mozart’s sparkling Oboe Quartet, Elizabeth Brown’s beguiling Liguria for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano, and Louise Farrenc’s sumptuously romantic Sextet for Winds and Piano. More>>>
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Please consider supporting the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival as we continue to serve our community, even in the midst of a pandemic. We rely on your donations to bring great music to our local audience and those from around the world. Your help will allow us to create new virtual programming now and to plan for a brighter future when we can present live concerts.