Chamber Music Series

  • St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble’s series at Brooklyn Museum offers a diverse repertoire performed by virtuoso musicians.
  • Explore the museum's collections, from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art. Credit Adam Husted.
  • Enjoy guided tours before and after the performance, connecting the concert program with current exhibits in the museum galleries.
  • Subscribers get the best prices, priority seating, dining discounts, exclusive invitations, and a free ticket for a friend.

2014/2015 Season at a Glance

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Through the Looking Glass

Hear treasured masterpieces refracted through the musical imagination of a different composer. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 is interpreted for chamber ensemble, Schubert’s monumental Octet shows his admiration for Beethoven’s Septet, and Roberto Sierra draws inspiration from the Schubert Octet for his newly-commissioned work.

Sunday, February 8, 2015


Short Stories


Good things come in small packages: Britten, Frank, Ginastera, and Mozart offer a diverse collection of short musical gems full of graceful melodies and astounding virtuosity.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Tale of Five Cities

Take a whirlwind tour through Paris, Darmstadt, Madrid, Dresden, and New York, with musical postcards by composers ranging from the Baroque to the present day.

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2015/2016 Season at a Glance
Continental Connections

Sunday, October 18, 2015

France & Russia

Expect haunting harmonies, vivacious rhythms, and anything-can-happen excitement when Russian-American pianist Natasha Paremski joins St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble for music by Prokofiev, Debussy, Chausson, and the French-inspired Copland. Discover what made France and Russia musical epicenters at the turn of the 20th century.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Austria & Hungary

A trip to India inspired Hungarian composer and conductor Iván Fischer’s Shudh Sarang—complete with tabla drums—and works by Kodály and Bartók champion the folk music of their native Hungary. The brilliance of Mozart and Haydn shines in graceful romps for strings.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Germany & Italy

Hear beloved concertos by Vivaldi, and Bach—including two of the famous Brandenburgs. This bright, virtuosic, and undeniably fun music showcases the result of creative ideas that flowed between Germany and Italy during the Baroque.

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Three-concert subscriptions and single tickets are available for purchase.

Tickets include all-day admission to the Brooklyn Museum galleries. Join fellow concertgoers in a discussion and guided tour of the museum immediately following the performance, connecting the concert program with current exhibits in the museum galleries.

Enjoy dinner at Cheryl’s Global Soul (236 Underhill Avenue) after the performance. Show your ticket and receive 15% off!

Brooklyn Museum



Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium

200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY (map)