FAQ

All 2021-2022 Season concerts will be presented in person and will be recorded.

Links to the concert recording will allow you to watch the concert virtually a few days after it is performed.

You can watch the concert in person, virtually, or both!  

Please read our Health & Safety Guidelines before attending a concert. 

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Music composed for small ensembles with one musician per part, generally performed without a conductor.

WHAT IS CHAMBER MUSIC ?

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Purchasing Tickets

Concerts often sell out. Advance purchase is recommended.

 

Tickets available at venue 1 hour before each performance.

No refunds. 

Unused tickets can be donated back. Please contact us 

Pre-Concert Talk 30 minutes before each concert included with ticket.

TYPES OF TICKETS

Venue Information

DON TATZIN COMMUNITY HALL,

LAFAYETTE LIBRARY

3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA 94549

Handicap Accessibility:

  • Elevator from parking garage

  • Ramp from Mt. Diablo Blvd. to venue

Restrooms: 

Inside the Don Tatzin Community Hall at the back of the lobby

Lafayette Dining:

Wide range of good resturants walking distance from venue

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Concert Etiquette

DRESS

Business Casual is the norm. Some enjoy dressing up more, and some wear more casual attire. No hats please.


 

LIVE MUSIC

A live concert experience differs from at-home entertainment.

Silence and store all electronic devices during the concert. 

During the performance, please refrain from:

  • Talking or whispering

  • Unwrapping cough drops  or candy

Do not enter or exit the hall while music is playing.

CLAPPING

Generally, you clap only after a piece is finished. For example, if you're listening to a Mozart string quartet which has four movements, it is appropriate to clap only after the last movement. You can look at your program to find out how many movements a piece has. Usually, there is a 15 to 30 second pause in between movements. If you're unsure, you can wait for the rest of the audience to clap before you join in.