FAQ

What is Chamber Music?
Chamber music once meant Western classical music performed by small ensembles without a conductor. Today’s chamber music groups perform many different types of music from all over the world featuring voices, electronic an acoustic instruments, and compositions by contemporary composers. more »


What is Chamber Music Columbus?
Chamber Music Columbus is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. It presents a season of chamber music performances by different world famous groups and promises new groups every year. A fixture on the Columbus music scene for over 68 years, Chamber Music Columbus promotes the awareness and appreciation of chamber music in central Ohio. more »


What is the mission of Music Columbus?
The mission of Chamber Music Columbus is to enrich the collective cultural life of central Ohio through the love and celebration of chamber music. We fulfill this mission by inspiring the community through the presentation of world-class chamber music ensembles; and by engaging the community through educational programming that elevates chamber music as an art form.


What is the history of Chamber Music Columbus?
Chamber Music Columbus has evolved from an informal group of music lovers calling themselves Prestige Concerts in 1948 to today’s well organized financially healthy organization. In 1983, Prestige Concerts renamed itself Columbus Chamber Music Society and took its present name, Chamber Music Columbus in 2003. more »


How does Chamber Music Columbus operate?
Our services — program planning, fundraising, concert arrangements, publicity, education and outreach — are provided by volunteer board members and other dedicated volunteers. CAPA handles our ticket sales. Less than half of our expenses are covered by ticket sales. Our remaining expenses are covered by individual contributions and foundation grants.


How can I get more involved with Chamber Music Columbus?
We are always looking for new members and volunteers to be part of Chamber Music Columbus. Become a member today or volunteer. We look forward to meeting you! … more »


Can’t use your tickets?
If you are a season ticket holder and cannot use your tickets to a particular concert, you can either trade them for use at a different concert (to bring friends), or you can receive tax credit by donating them back to us for resale. You must let us know 48 hours prior to the concert you cannot attend. Call CAPA at 614.469.0939.