The Mendelssohn Octet, written when the composer was just 16, remains one of the glories of the chamber music repertoire. It is a work of extraordinary vitality, melodic inspiration, and dramatic impact.
FREE to all weekend classical ticket holders, this Thursday night experience moderated by ASO Insider and Program Notes Annotator Ken Meltzer features our own Orchestra musicians playing in a smaller, more intimate chamber concert before the night's performance. Seating is on stage, giving you a closer look at the music and musicians, and making you a part of the whole experience.
Chamber Recitals are supported by a generous grant from Ken and Carolyn Meltzer.