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Performance Dates
February 12, 2024 7:30 PM
PNC Theatre

350 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Performance Times
Monday 7:30pm

Ticket Price
$35 - $53

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Acclaimed soprano, violist, and pianist, Susanna Phillips, Paul Neubauer, and Anne-Marie McDermott, combine for a shimmering salon-style concert. 

Felix Mendelssohn Infelice, Concert Aria, Op. 94

Robert Schumann Marchenbilder for Viola and Piano, Op. 113

Amy Beach Chanson d’Amour, Ecstasy, The Year’s at the Spring

Richard Wagner Wesendonck Lieder for Voice, Viola, and Piano, WWV 91

Clara Schumann Nocturne for Piano, Op. 6, No. 2 

George Gershwin Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off, A Foggy Day/Love Walked In, Our Love is Here to Stay 



Our mission is to present world-class chamber music ensembles and soloists, promising emerging artists, and innovative programs; and to foster an appreciation for chamber music in the Pittsburgh community by offering educational programs and experiences.

Chamber Music Pittsburgh (CMP) was established in 1961 by a group of civic leaders committed to providing Pittsburgh audiences with the opportunity to hear the world’s finest chamber music artists. Over the past six decades CMP has continued to realize that vision by presenting an impressive array of the most talented and renowned chamber musicians via its MainStage subscription series, its eclectic Just Summer series, and its newest Pittsburgh Performs series that features local Pittsburgh artists in unusual venues outside of the traditional concert hall setting.

In carrying out its mandate, CMP has been guided consistently by two basic principles: quality and variety. Each year’s programming is a carefully balanced menu of acclaimed chamber ensembles along with the most brilliant emerging groups. The programs have also reflected a balance of traditional musical masterpieces as well as contemporary, intercultural, and crossover compositions.

Chamber Music Pittsburgh remains a vital element of the cultural life in Pittsburgh and is recognized throughout the classical music world. It is one of the most respected chamber music organizations in North America. More at