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"Enriched the musical skyline...amazing!" –  Nina Totenberg (NPR)

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NCE's 2021-2022 Season
Reuniting with the Masters, Live!

NCE's 2021-2022 Season (our 15th) Program "Reuniting with the Masters, Live!", will take an amazing journey through some of the most beautiful musical masterworks. NCE will also continue bringing extraordinary international figures as performers and guest hosts.

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From NCE Board President
David Wunderlich

We have missed you and hope that you are safe and well. As we move back to live performances, the National Chamber Ensemble has planned an exceptional 15th season with the following five performances:

Enchanting Elgar, the English Romantic - Holiday Cheer! - Beguiling Brahms and Schumann - Beloved Baroque Masters - Marvelous Mozart and Mendelssohn

Your safety and that of our artists is of the utmost importance. Although we are planning to return to LIVE performances, rest assured that we are prepared to continue to provide a superb-quality view-at-home option.

We all need each other to keep the world of chamber music alive, and we hope you will join us for what promises to be a unique and thrilling season. NCE invites you to engage in whatever way you feel most comfortable.

Wishing you good health, safety, and inspiration.

David Wunderlich,
NCE Board President

Last Concert: March 19
Beloved Baroque Masters

Pictures and Video Clips:

Next Concert: May 21
Marvelous Mozart and Mendelssohn 

Get Tickets:

Watch Live or at Home

Your ticket allows you to attend the concert in person, watch it in the comfort of your home, or both.

The exclusively produced concert video is available approximately 1 week after each performance.


Featured Video from Previous Seasons
from A Night in Vienna

Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor (Media clip)

National Chamber Ensemble

The National Chamber Ensemble is supported in part by the Arlington Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Commission for the Arts. The National Chamber Ensemble is partially supported by a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.