Chamber Music by the Sea is generously assisted by the Worcester County Education Foundation. All festival ticket sales benefit the Foundation and support year-round arts initiatives in Worcester County public schools. Ticket options for the 2021 virtual festival are:
$20 for a single concert event, streamed live on Zoom
$40 for a single concert event plus VIP pass — includes 45 minutes to mingle with the musicians before the start of the show
$100 for a full week VIP pass — includes access to all three ticketed events plus time with the musicians before each
The family concert on Saturday, August 7 is free and open to listeners of all ages!
Program sneak peeks...
A folk-inspired program including the African-American composer Florence Price’s stunning Piano Quintet, duos by Bela Bartok repurposed for ALL of the string instruments, and the beloved spiritual “Deep River” in a new arrangement by Tom Poster
Featuring Felix Mendelssohn’s exuberant Piano Sextet, a gorgeous setting of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “How Cold the Wind Doth Blow”, a Great American Songbook favorite arranged by Tom Poster, and more!
A special program complete with gorgeous scenery delivered to you from Suffolk, England’s picturesque Snape Maltings, featuring the rapturous piano quintet by Amy Beach, songs by Venezuelan-born French composer Reynaldo Hahn, and a little surprise dedicated to Kaleidoscope’s tiniest member!
Chamber Music by the Sea co-chairs:
Dr. Jon Andes
Chamber Music by the Sea logo:
Chamber Music by the Sea sponsors include:
Ocean City Lioness Club
Paul M. Angell Family Foundation
Snow Hill Arts Council
Worcester County Arts Council
Worcester County Education Foundation
Jan Adamchak and Joseph McBride
Drs. Laurie and Jon Andes
Mary Ellen Clark and Michael Castoro
Sally and Michael Feder
Edmund and Agnes Franzak
Peter and Joanne Harrigan
Meg Harlin, Missy Denault, and Mikayla Denault
Teri and Paul Lojewski
Elizabeth and Paul Monte
Katherine Munson and Ron Cascio
David and Kim Quillin
Annette Radoff and Marcus Urioste
Charles and Sharon Sorrentino
Frederick Sprock and Christie Taylor