Brooklyn Chamber Music Society

Carmit Zori, Artistic Director

Carmit Zori,
Artistic Director

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Livestream Concert - 2pm ET Saturday, June 27th

Join us for the premiere broadcast of our October 2014 concert, featuring two brilliant artists: Dawn Upshaw, soprano, and pianist Gilbert Kalish. Watch as they perform songs by Ives, Schubert, Bartok, Ravel, and Bolcom.


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Links will be provided on our website, on YouTube, and on our Facebook page. Stay tuned!

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To all our loyal supporters:

We are saddened to announce the cancellation of our Spring 2020 season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Please call us at 718-858-0718 or email us at if you would like your ticket(s) to be refunded, or if you would like your payment to count toward next season.

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In the heart of historic Brooklyn Heights, the world's finest musicians regularly gather to perform the great works of the chamber music repertoire under the auspices of the Brooklyn Chamber Music Society. Founded in 2002 by violinist Carmit Zori, its artistic director, the Brooklyn Chamber Music Society has already established itself as an important presenter of classical chamber music in New York City. In the warmly intimate chapel at First Unitarian Church, BCMS has presented distinguished performers such as violinists Jaime Laredo and Ani Kavafian, pianist Gil Kalish, and members of the Orion and Guarneri String Quartets, among many others. Experience the thrill of hearing great performances up close in this small, acoustically superb setting.

"top-tier artists" — N.Y. Times

Click here to listen to a sound clip:
Bach: Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV 1041: I [Allegro].
Arnaud Sussman, violin.
Recorded live on March 15, 2009.

Live video recordings of performances at the Brooklyn Chamber Music Society on YouTube: