|You may hear the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performing Johannes Brahms's Quintet in B minor for Clarinet and Strings, Op. 115 in 2011 Here on archive.org|
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CMS' Alice Tully Hall hosts mainstage performances. The complete Brandenburg Concertos are performed each December, and have been called a "New York holiday staple" by The New York Times. The Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio hosts other events, including contemporary compositions, lectures, and classes. CMS also hosts many education programs for both listeners and musicians.
The Bowers program is a residency program at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. It was known as CMS Two until it was renamed after a donation by philanthropist Ann S. Bower. Alumni of the program include Inon Barnatan, Lang Lang, Hilary Hahn, Paul Huang, Nicholas Canellakis, Anthony McGill, Alisa Weilerstein, and the Escher String Quartet.
CMS presents more than 80 concerts per season outside of New York City, including concerts in North America, Europe and Asia.
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