Postponed: Exelon Family Series: Albert and Wolfgang
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
New date TBD
Thank you for your interest in Albert and Wolfgang. Unfortunately, faced with uncertainty in the months ahead about the impact of COVID-19 — especially when it comes to artist travel and visas — we have made the difficult decision to postpone a number of performances. This includes The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Albert and Wolfgang. We appreciate your patience as we work with the artists to finalize new dates during this time.
Please visit our Family Series subscription page for future updates to this season’s series. If you are an Exelon Family Series subscriber, you will be contacted via email. If you do not receive the email or have any other questions, please contact our box office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) celebrates its 10th year in residence at the Harris with a special Exelon Family Series program. A group of physics students await their teacher on their first day of class, and who should appear but Albert Einstein! Einstein once said, “Mozart’s music is so pure and beautiful that I see it as a reflection of the inner beauty of the universe.” In his day, Einstein performed Mozart sonatas on the violin and played chamber music with professional musicians all over the world. Albert and Wolfgang is a classical music adventure that will engage audiences of all ages, featuring narration from CMS Resident Lecturer and Director of Family Programs Bruce Adolphe, a cast of world-renowned CMS musicians, and lively video projection.
Exelon Family Series performances offer high-quality, engaging programming designed to cultivate the next generation of arts lovers. These hour-long performances are designed for children ages 4 and older and fun for the entire family, with opportunities to meet and interact with artists following each performance. And as always, audiences are encouraged to laugh, clap, and experience the theater in their own way — no shushing allowed!
Sign Language interpretation will be provided for spoken content. For more information about accessible services at the Harris, please visit our Accessibility page.