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The mission of Chamber Music Sedona is to enrich the lives of Northern Arizona residents and visitors by presenting the finest international, national, and regional performing artists and to promote a love of the performing arts through arts education programs.
From its humble beginnings in private Sedona homes in 1982, Chamber Music Sedona has been Northern Arizona's premiere chamber music presenter. Governed by an 11 member board of directors, Chamber Music Sedona offers a wide variety of engaging programs from "Concerts for Youth" for Sedona and Verde Valley youth, to a free series of concerts at the Sedona Public Library, CMS Youth Piano Competition held in the Spring, and its hallmark subscription concert series of Magical Music in the Red Rocks - describing the world-class music complemented by comfortable seating at St. John Vianney Church offering spectacular views of Sedona's magnificent Red Rocks. In the spring of 2011, Chamber Music Sedona brought The MET: Live in HD to Sedona and the Verde Valley. These live broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City are shown in the state of the art Sedona Performing Arts Center. The Center was under construction when the talks with the Metropolitan Opera were being held and as a result the acoustics, the sound system, the satellite systems and the screen were built to Metropolitan Opera standards. It, quite simply, is THE place in Arizona to see the Met: Live in HD.
Event & Volunteer Coordinator
|Board of Trustees||Advisory Council|
John Steinbrunner, President
James V. Pease, Chair
|Past Presidents||Artistic Advisers|
Edward Ingraham, 2008-2012
Chamber Music Sedona's 30th Anniversary Season is made possible with underwriting support from Aspey, Watkins & Diesel, P.L.L.C., Attorneys at Law.
Additional support comes from The City of Sedona, The Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts, the Verde Valley Medical Center, The Margaret T. Morris Foundation and WESTAF.
Top header image by: Andrew Holman Photography