Charleston Symphony presents its signature Chamber Music ensemble at the Library Society. For two evenings we will host an intimate grouping to showcase the brilliant talent of our CSO musicians. Performances will offer an exciting range of chamber music literature, and riveting works from composers such as Brahms, Gilére, and Cabaniss!
String Quintet No. 2 in G major, also known as the “Prater Quintet” was intended to be Johannes Brahms last work, though he went on to compose a few more pieces. Published in 1891, “The Prater Quinet” was rumored to be inspired by a public park in Vienna, and “the delightful women” there. This astounding piece will be performed by our beloved CSO musicians, as well as works from Thomas Cabaniss, and Reinhold Gilére.
Tickets are $50.
To purchase tickets, click here or call the CSO at 843-723-7528.