FAQ

Q:

WHAT IS CHAMBER MUSIC ?

Purchasing Tickets

Concerts often sell out. Advance purchase is recommended.

 

Online purchase closes 5 hours before each concert. Tickets available at venue 1 hour before each performance.

No refunds. 

To exchange tickets for same concert program at different venue contact us.  Pending availability

Unused tickets can be donated back. Please contact us

Lafayette Subscription: Series of 3 or 5 concerts, open seating in reserved section, full subscriptions can upgrade to Premium Seating for assigned seat within first four rows

 

Piedmont Subscription: Series of 4 concerts, open seating 

Pre-concert talk 30 minutes before each concert included with ticket

TYPES OF TICKETS

SEASON SUBSCRIPTION

PREMIUM

UPGRADE

SINGLE

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

PIEDMONT CENTER FOR THE ARTS

801 Magnolia Ave. Piedmont, CA 94611 

Handicap Accessibility:

  • Entrance on Bonita Ave.

  • Contact us if you need any help reserving a place for a wheelchair.

 

Restrooms:

Opposite doors leading from lobby into the concert space, a few stairs

Lafayette Dining:

Wide range of good resturants walking distance from venue

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Piedmont Dining:

Wide range of good resturants a short drive 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. 

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