Important Announcement: Due to the pandemic, Chamber Music in Oklahoma will regretfully delay the beginning of its 2020-2021 season. The first two concerts in October & November are now cancelled. Please follow this page for an announcement in early January concerning the four remaining 2021 concerts of the current season listed below.
February 21, 2021: The Miró Quartet
March 21, 2021: The Gryphon Trio
April 18, 2021: The American String Quartet with Valery Kuleshov, pianist
May 16, 2021: The Hermitage Trio
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Thank you. Stay safe and hope to see you all at a CMOK concert in the near future.
Welcome to the 2020-2021 Season!
We are happy to announce our exciting upcoming 2020-2021 lineup of artists who will perform SIX concerts in our series, instead of the usual five. Please mark your calendars now so that you can plan to attend one of the best chamber music seasons we have ever presented.
Please note that due to the pandemic, all concerts are subject to cancellation or reschedule.
Watch this space for all details concerning programs, tickets, etc. If you would like to be on our mailing list for a brochure with a ticket order form, please send your name and address via "Contact Us" at the bottom of the page.
About Chamber Music in Oklahoma
Chamber Music in Oklahoma is a non-profit organization that brings internationally-recognized chamber music ensembles to Oklahoma City.
In 1960, a small group of dedicated music lovers in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area felt the need to provide live, high-quality chamber music to central Oklahoma, resulting in the establishment of an annual chamber music series. The organization has grown from 27 original members sponsoring three concerts each season, to a large enthusiastic group of supporters presenting five concerts each season.
In addition to its regular monthly concerts, CMOK has sponsored several concert series, including performances of the Beethoven cycle by the Chester Quartet, the complete Shostakovich cycle by the Manhattan Quartet, and the complete Beethoven Piano Trios by the Sauer-Canin Trio.