Meeting House Chamber Music Festival

Music for a Summer Evening

Meeting House Chamber Music Festival

For the safety of all this season,
we have had to limit attendance
to season ticket holders only.

Capacity limits have now been reached
and no more season tickets will be sold
unless capacity limits are increased.

No individual tickets will be available at the door.

What to do on those beautiful summer evenings in June and July to make them extra special and memorable? The Meeting House Chamber Music Festival has the answer - chamber music, the art form that gives us full-fledged masterpieces on a human scale. Chamber music has something for everyone - melodies, some soothing, some soaring, some simply beautiful; harmonic progressions that can take you to far away regions but always return you safely home again; story-telling without the need for words; a kaleidoscope of instrumental colors that can entice locked emotions to the surface.

Plans are now in place for the 2021 Season of classical and contemporary chamber music concerts presented by the Meeting House Chamber Music Festival. Orleans, Massachusetts has been the primary location of the Festival since its inception.

In accordance with its original mission, the Meeting House Festival brings musicians of highest caliber to Cape Cod to present concerts in intimate settings and always in collaboration with Cape Cod musicians.

The Festival was founded by Donald Enos, who serves as artistic director and pianist for these concerts. After having received extensive musical training at the New England Conservatory, Mr. Enos returned to his native Cape Cod, where he is known for his solo work and collaboration with the Chatham Chorale and the Cape Cod Symphony, and presentations on the historically significant 1762 English chamber organ in South Dennis, Massachusetts.

This summer, the Meeting House Festival celebrates over four decades of chamber music in Orleans, MA. Beginning June 25th with a program entitled Mostly B's, including music by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Biber, and featuring the superb artistry of violinist Irina Muresanu, the series spans six weeks, with music by Mendelssohn (piano trio in C minor); piano quartets by Mozart and Faure; three famous trios by Beethoven; and some less familiar works by Gaspar Cassado, John Williams, Ralph Vaughan Williams, along with many others old and new. Tango, blues, English folk song. Violin, cello, viola, 9 foot Baldwin piano...

Come and experience the Meeting House Festival this summer. Experience the delight of hearing exquisite instrumental nuance in ensemble, and the full range of exposed emotion made possible through chamber music.

© 2009-2021 Meeting House Chamber Music Festival, All Rights Reserved