Chamber Music Series

The 16th season of the Vero Beach Museum of Art and the Atlantic Classical Orchestra’s celebrated partnership begins in January 2024. You will not want to miss this intimate gathering in the Leonhardt Auditorium. Tickets include admission to the galleries, so come early to take in the exhibitions.

Advanced Series Discount  *Available through October 31, 2023
$75 per person for Museum Members and ACO Subscribers

Purchase Advanced Series Discount

Standard Pricing  *Beginning November 1, 2023
$90 per person for Museum Members and ACO Subscribers
$105 per person for Non-Museum Members

Individual Seats
$35 per person for Museum Members and ACO Subscribers
$50 per person for Non-Museum Members
$5 per person for Students and Children

Supporting Sponsor: Kay and Rohit Desai

David Amado

Beni Salvia

Sunday, January 21, 2024 at 3:00pm | All-American Stars

Join the ACO Brass Quintet for a virtuoso program that ranges from Steven Sacco’s charming quintet – at turns lyrical and boisterous (ending with a mambo), to excerpts from Gershwin’s groundbreaking, and era-defining Porgy and Bess. Opening the concert is a mid-century gem by legendary virtuoso Verne Reynolds.

Anna Ivanova

Sunday, February 18, 2024 at 3:00pm | Intimate Portraits

Music of Viennese master Franz Schubert and Czech master Bohuslav Martinů anchor this all-strings program. Schubert’s gift of melody and his distinctive harmonic sensibility have made him a favorite for almost two centuries. Martinů’s music is ever-changing, diverse, novel, and engaging. His Madrigals, written for our own Maestro Amado’s grandmother, is a show-stopping virtuoso work showcasing just how dynamic two string instruments can be.

Tina Apelgren

Sunday, March 17 at 3:00pm | The Flute Summons

The flute has been around from the ancient Egyptians and mythological satyrs to shepherds and Janissaries – it is an instrument loved for its pure, sweet sounds, its agility, and its singing nature. Mozart and Beethoven exploit these qualities in two works putting the flute front and center.