Affordably priced single tickets are now on sale for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society’s 2011-2012 season.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT
Philadelphia, PA, September 14, 2011: The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society (PCMS) is pleased to announce that single tickets for the 2011-2012 Season are now available. PCMS’ 26th Season features an impressive lineup of international and regional artists across a broad range of styles. The concerts are affordably priced at accessible venues throughout Philadelphia.
Tickets can be purchased over the phone on 215.569.8080, online at the PCMS website, or by visiting the PCMS box office at 1616 Walnut Street, Suite 1600. In addition to tickets, Bradford or Brian can help patrons choose concerts, process an exchange, suggest parking, offer discounts and more.
Kicking off PCMS’ 26th season are three benefit concerts. The first features violinist Pamela Frank, the second pianist Arnaldo Cohen and the third cross-over string trio, Time for Three.
This PCMS season features an impressive sixty concerts and includes the return of the Takács, Juilliard, St. Lawrence, Tokyo, Emerson and Orion Quartets; pianists Richard Goode, Anton Kuerti and András Schiff; violinists Christian Tetzlaff and Leonidas Kavakos; tenor Ian Bostridge and mezzo-soprano Angelika Kirchschlager; guitarist David Starobin; the Curtis 20/21 Ensemble; the East Coast Chamber Orchestra; and early music ensemble, Anonymous 4.
Artists debuting with PCMS include the Elias Quartet, pianist Di Wu, violinist Benjamin Beilman, baritones John Moore and Christian Gerhaher, tenor Nicholas Phan, guitarist Pepe Romero, lutist Hopkinson Smith, and flutist Joshua Smith. These concerts will take place at the Kimmel Center’s intimate Perelman Theater, the American Philosophical Society’s Benjamin Franklin Hall, the Independence Seaport Museum and other convenient center-city venues.
PCMS also presents an Education Program hosting 50 events throughout the year including master classes and in-school seminars, pre-concert lectures and children’s concerts. 1,500 free tickets are also distributed to students.
PCMS concerts are affordable, diverse and accessible. Get tickets at http://www.pcmsconcerts.org/concerts
The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society (PCMS) aims to serve and enrich audiences with a compelling variety of chamber music and recital programs performed by exceptional international and Philadelphia-based artists. Concerts take place at the intimate Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center as well as other center city venues. PCMS also promotes new music and music education, collaborating with regional cultural and educational institutions. For more information visit http://www.pcmsconcerts.org