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Directed by

Sophia (Shuhui) Zhou

Chamber Music at The Stissing Center is returning for the fourth season in 2023!  

Following the mission of bringing world-class music to the community and supporting young artists, we are inviting rising star musicians such as violinist Stella Chen, cellist Sterling Elliott, the award-winning baroque ensemble "The Twelfth Night", the PubliQ quartet, and Brentano Quartet in collaboration with Clarion Concert just to name a few. 

Please stay tuned for updates regarding the complete line-up and seasonal pass!

  • Twelfth Night Baroque Ensemble
    Jun 02, 7:00 PM
    The Stissing Center, 2950 Church St, Pine Plains, NY 12567, USA
    Avery Fisher grant winner, violinist Rachell Ellen Wong, consummate keyboardist David Belkovski and musicians of Twelfth Night will present a mix of vocal and instrumental music on historical instruments inspired by Shakespeare’s play of the same name.
  • Musical Synergy
    Jun 25, 4:00 PM
    The Stissing Center, 2950 Church St, Pine Plains, NY 12567, USA
    American cellist and rising star, Sterling Elliott (2021 Avery Fisher Grant) and violinist Nathan Meltzer will be joined by pianist and Director of Chamber Music Series, Sophia Zhou to dive into some of the most exhilarating and poignant music written in the 20th century.
  • PUBLIQuartet
    Aug 27, 7:00 PM
    The Stissing Center, 2950 Church St, Pine Plains, NY 12567, USA
    The GRAMMY® Nominated PUBLIQuartet will perform "WHAT IS AMERICAN," a program that explores the resonance between contemporary, blues, jazz, free, and rock-inflected music - all of which trace their roots back to the Black and Indigenous music that inspired Dvorak’s “American” String Quartet.
Thank you to our 2023 Chamber Music Series patrons. Your support at The Stissing Center makes a difference!

Belinda and Stephen Kaye
Wendy Curtis
Irene and Jack Banning
Sarah and David Stack
Hester and Charlie Weeden
Patricia and John Forelle
Marion and Willem De Vogel
Lilian and Peter Corbin
Susan and Chip Fisher
Julia Harte
Juliet Heyer
Frederic and Marie-Claude Butler
Lea and James Cornell
Dr. Fernando and Marta Nottebohm
Peter Tcherepnine
Lois Mander
David Thieringer

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