Chamber Music Society Presents Family Program
GEARED TO KIDS AND FAMILIES: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents “Meet the Music: Can Music Tell as Story?” sponsored by Princeton University Concerts. The concert is curated for ages 6-12.
On Saturday, October 22 at 1 p.m., Princeton University Concerts (PUC) welcomes back The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for the first family program on the series since the start of the pandemic — “Meet the Music: Can Music Tell a Story?”, curated for kids ages 6-12.
This first of two “All in the Family” events in PUC’s 2022-23 season will take place at Richardson Auditorium. Composer Bruce Adolphe will host the event as Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only private ear, investigating a musical mystery with music by Janáček, Ravel, and Adolphe and improvisations, performed by professional musicians from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
The interactive program seeks to spark a lifelong love of music that will begin the moment that a child “meets the music” in person within the setting of Richardson Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for children and $10 for adults. Visit puc.princeton.edu, or call (609) 258-2800.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will return on May 20, 2023 for a new program curated for neurodiverse audiences ages 3-6, hosted by guitarist Rami Vamos, called “CMS Kids: Exploring Dvořák.” PUC’s upcoming season also includes the Annual Chamber Jam—a free opportunity for the community’s amateur musicians of all ages and levels to read and play music alongside professional musicians—on Sunday, January 22, 2023. This season’s Chamber Jam will have a mental health focus facilitated by members of the Me2/Orchestra, the only classical music organization created for individuals with mental illnesses and the people who support them.