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Our mission

The Paris Chamber Music Circle is an ensemble of musicians that seeks to offer audiences a deeper understanding and greater appreciation of chamber music. We encourage a personal connection to the music through an intimate rapport between artists and audiences.

What we offer

Our Concert Series

  • Intimate chamber music concerts
  • Interesting and informational lectures on music and composers
  • Convivial wine and cheese receptions
  • Meet and greets with the artists

Community Outreach

  • Educational concerts to area schools

  • Performances for nursing home residents
  • Other community events


  • Festival performances
  • Private events
  • Corporate music lectures
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Our values

Artistic Excellence

We are committed to artistic excellence in everything we do in order to maximize the greatness of our art.


We are committed to education not only to foster an understanding and appreciation of music but also to encourage an understanding and appreciation of the world around us.

Community Engagement

We believe in the importance of giving back to the community in which we live.


We believe in the importance of collaborating with artists and other arts organization as a means of enhancing the artistic life of our community.


We value the relationships we have with our audiences, our donors, our musicians and our community. We believe in creating a strong bond both musically and personally between our musicians and our audiences.


We celebrate the joy of understanding music, listening to music and making music.


We are sincerely thankful for the ability to enjoy great music and are extremely grateful for all who make it possible for us.

What is chamber music?

In its beginnings, music was merely chamber music, meant to be listened to in a small space by a small audience.
— Gustav Mahler

Originally a genre to be enjoyed in the home (as opposed to the theater or church), chamber music is quite possibly the most intimate form of the performing arts. Because of the limited size of the "home" –drawing room, reception hall or palace chamber–chamber music usually permits no more than one person per part and no conductor. As a result, each musician becomes an equally important component and each is intensely involved in the interpretation and performance. This makes for some of the most riveting opportunities to hear music. Many of the great composers throughout history considered their chamber music compositions to be their most private and intimate musical expressions.

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