Telluride Chamber Music/Palm Arts: Debut of Series, 12/11/21!

Telluride Chamber Music/Palm Arts: Debut of Series, 12/11/21!

Professional flutist (and ski instructor) Claire Beard is the managing director of the remix of the Telluride Chamber Music Festival. For the debut of the new Telluride Chamber Music concert series Beard scheduled the Ivalas Quartet to perform an evening of classical music on December 11th at The Palm Theatre.

Advance tickets for this general admission show are $20 for students, $30 for adults, or $35 on the day of performance. Tickets can be purchased at or at the door prior to the concert. Masks are required for the event as well as proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test. The audience has the option of spreading out in the theatre if desired.

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Ivalas Quartet

The Telluride Chamber Music Association (TCMA) and Palm Arts are thrilled to announce that the acclaimed Ivalas Quartet will be performing at the Michael D. Palm Theatre on December 11, 6pm. This concert will be the first of TCMA’s new year-round series. The quartet will also perform outreach workshops in the schools during their visit.

The Ivalas Quartet is a rising string quartet that performed its Carnegie Hall debut in January 2020. Ivalas Quartet seeks to enhance the classical music world with voices less known and sometimes unheard. By performing well-known and beloved works for string quartet alongside quartets written by underrepresented BIPOC composers, the Ivalas Quartet strives to bring all kinds of audience members together in musical celebration.

This concert marks the start of a new era for the TCMA and promises to be a wonderful evening of classical music, welcoming connoisseurs and newcomers alike. The concert will be held on the stage at The Palm for a uniquely intimate performance. There will be a meet-and-greet with the quartet after the concert, providing a chance to get to know the musicians.

Throughout this year, TCMA will be hosting concerts with distinguished artists such as the Ivalas Quartet, as well as continuing the new and popular ‘”Happy Hour” series with local classical musicians. Each visiting group will also engage in outreach with the local schools to help inspire the next generation of musicians.


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