Chamber Music

USCB Chamber Music Concerts

 2019-20 marks the 40th season of USCB Chamber Music with five Sunday concerts featuring fourteen performers playing the music of twenty-two composers ranging across a period of 250 years. Strings and piano predominate with clarinet and guitar being featured on one concert each.

From its founding in 1979, USCB Chamber Music has presented internationally renowned artists such as pianists Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Jeremy Denk; violinists Joshua Bell and Robert McDuffie; flutist Paula Robison; cellist Carter Brey; and the Emerson, Ehnes and Brooklyn Rider string quartets to Lowcountry audiences.

Press Releases
USCB Chamber Music Announces It's 40th Anniversary By Michael Johns

Call 843-208-8246 for subscription information for the 2019-20 Season

season ticketsfacebook

2019-20 SCHEDULE

Buy tickets now

Click on the concert date to view the program

November 3

Andrew Armstrong, piano
Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin
Edward Arron, cello

December 15

Andrew Armstrong, piano
Tessa Lark, violin
Ettore Causa, viola
Michael Thurber, double bass
Edward Arron, cello

January 26

Jeewon Park, piano
Edward Arron, cello

March 1

Jennifer Frautschi, violin
Hye-Jin Kim, violin
Nicholas Cords, viola
Ara Gregorian, viola
Wilhelmina Smith, cello
Edward Arron, cello

April 19

Andrew Armstrong, piano
Aaron Boyd, violin
Danielle Farina, viola
Edward Arron, cello

  **Please note: The OLLI discount is not available for online purchases. OLLI members must call Staci Breton at 843-208-8246 to purchase a ticket for OLLI Day on November 4th ($20 ticket) or to receive the OLLI member discount ($10 off per ticket).**

Click here to see a map of the auditorium and ticket prices


For the enjoyment of everyone, please be advised that these concerts are not suitable for infants and young children. Admission is at the discretion of the management.

For more information, call 843-208-8246. Tickets also available at the door.

Chamber Music Endowment Established to Secure Future!

Click here to read about the Endowment