Chamber Music Series| Hausmann Quartet

Hausmann Quartet

In the Chamber Music Series at the Legion of Honor, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present free concerts in collaboration with the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music (SFFCM). Now in its fourth season, this popular series is held one Sunday each month from January to June.  Concerts are from noon to 2:00 p.m. in the Rodin Gallery (Gallery 10) and are free of charge after museum admission. The performing ensembles are either affiliates of SFFCM or recipients of grants from the Musical Grant Program, and together they represent the tremendous diversity of musical talent here in the Bay Area.

April 21: Hausmann Quartet
The Hausmann Quartet’s vision is to make chamber music a vital, relevant, and widely appreciated art form, one community at a time. By creating a platform for chamber music to thrive, the quartet intends to spark a new movement of engaged listening in our society. 
Through a strong commitment to creative musical programs and collaborative partnerships, its mission is to infuse the community with chamber music by providing the intimacy and accessibility of a garage band–style organization with the artistic integrity of world-class concert artists.

Upcoming Chamber Music Series dates in 2013 are: 
May 12 | Town Quartet
June 16 | Friction Quartet

Ensembles presented in previous seasons include: Hausmann Quartet, Duo Revirado, Classical Revolution, Bridge Chamber Virtuosi, Del Sol String Quartet , and Les Grâces, all in 2010; New Esterházy Quartet, Musical Arts Quintet, Revolution Quartet, the Rhythm Sisters, Voices of Music, San Francisco Guitar Quarte, and sfSound in 2011; and Eos Ensemble, Ariel Ensemble, Vocallective, Revolution Quartet, Musical Arts Quintet, Assisi Quartet, Gold Coast Chamber Players, and Left Coast Ensemble in 2012.

Ticket Information

Free after general museum admission. The concerts are presented in an informal setting. Audiences can stand or sit, come and go as they please, and enjoy all or part of the performance before moving on to visit the museum galleries. 

Contact Information
Gregory Stock