Chamber Music Unbound is a nonprofit 501(c)3 arts organization dedicated to providing outstanding classical music performances and music education to the growing populations of Mono and Inyo counties. CMU offers a variety of activities for children and adults which nurture the love for music in people of all ages and backgrounds. CMU continues the programs that originated in 1998 as part of the Felici Trio's Rural Residency, a grant program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Youth programs include in-school assemblies and classroom encounters for all grade levels, as well as after-school instrumental classes. Adult education and outreach is conducted in close collaboration with other institutions such as Cerro Coso Community College.


The iconic composer Ludwig van Beethoven, whose 250th birthday the world celebrates in 2020, created a vast and varied treasure of chamber music. These compositions are not only the expression of the man's deepest thoughts and emotions, they also capture his times' social and political upheaval. The music's enduring relevance lies in the idealism with which Beethoven reconciles peaceful 'togetherness' while preserving individual freedom, a task that remains a challenge for the civil societies of our own time.

Please join us in celebrating Beethoven's work and his musical vision of a better world in a series of five programs. Each concert of our winter series will include one work by the great composer, and we will explore some of the forces that shaped Beethoven as a musician, as well as the impact he had on the generations of musicians that followed in his footsteps.

Musically Yours,
The Felici Piano Trio

  • To see the winter season schedule and order tickets, click here
  • To download the series brochure, click here.

©2019 The Felici Piano Trio. All Rights Reserved.