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Concord Chamber Music Society

166 Main St, Concord, MA 01742-2445
+1 978-371-9667
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We have attended every single concert since we moved to Concord over four years ago. In fact, the... read more

Reviewed 18 December 2011
Concord, Massachusetts
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The Concord Chamber Music Society, Inc. ("CCMS") was founded by Boston Symphony Orchestra violinist Wendy Putnam in January of 2000. CCMS presents a series of five chamber music concerts per year in Concord, MA. CCMS seeks to enhance the cultural life of Concord by presenting affordable concerts featuring artists and programs of the highest caliber and by implementing dedicated educational outreach initiatives.
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18 Dec 2011
“World Class”
166 Main St, Concord, MA 01742-2445
+1 978-371-9667

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Reviewed 18 December 2011

We have attended every single concert since we moved to Concord over four years ago. In fact, the first several concerts inspired us to coin our own term: "CQ," meaning Concord Quality. We have never been disappointed. Wendy Putnam, an accomplished, prize winning violinist, invites...More

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