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Market Square Concerts presents its 39th season in full compliance with guidelines on social distancing, face coverings and size of gatherings. We look forward to sharing world class performances with Central PA community and return to the unique atmosphere of live musical experience missed by all of us during the past few months.


While we are still living through the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask for your understanding of the possible programming changes due to evolving international and domestic restrictions. We will do our best to keep all of you informed about any changes to the programs, artists and venues.


We deeply appreciate your support!

Market Square Concerts Season 2020-21
Great chamber music for your mind and heart

In 2020-21, Market Square Concerts celebrates musical journeys through time and space with its most geographically and historically far-reaching season yet. Six remarkably varied concert programs will connect you to music from Baroque era,
20th century Latin America and Eastern Europe, pre-WWI Paris, as well as Great American Songbook. The stellar group of venerable and emerging artists who will perform these concerts is equally diverse. Cuarteto Latinoamericano, winner of two
Latin Grammy awards; Mark Markham, a renowned American pianist; Juliette Kang, First Associate Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Thomas Kraines, composer and cellist of the Daedalus Quartet; Verona Quartet, winner of
the 2020 Cleveland Quartet Award; will be performing for us. In what is becoming a new tradition, “Stuart and Friends” concert will conclude the season with music exploring evolution of Viennese style from Mozart to Korngold.

- Peter Sirotin

  Director of Market Square Concerts

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Since 1981, Market Square Concerts has been dedicated to the presentation of a wide repertoire of chamber music performed by distinguished professional artists, both established and emerging. Our mission also includes education and engagement of the general public in chamber music as an art form, as well as collaboration with other arts organizations and community partnerships. With an annual summer festival and six concerts in the regular season, Market Square Concerts presents premieres of newly composed music as well as the monumental works from the most revered composers from the past and present.