After an extremely successful first concert season in the Great Ehrbar Hall, the Ehrbar Chamber Music Society is now offering the next chamber music series for 2024/25.


Pianist Biliana Tzinlikova, violinist Klara Flieder and cellist Christophe Pantillon, who all three draw on a wealth of experience as chamber musicians and their many years of musical collaboration, have put together a programme for the coming season that is diverse in its choice of musical styles, very different chamber music formations and the inclusion of prominent as well as very young guests. The concert series continues to focus on the great standard literature of piano chamber music, enriched by rarities on the fringes of the usual repertoire.


This year, the ECMS will once again be focussing on providing a platform for young artists; guests include the Trio Bohemo from Prague and the Ineo Quartet from Vienna.


The Great Ehrbar Hall has become one of the most popular venues for top-class chamber music performances in Vienna. The Ehrbar Chamber Music Society is a centre of attraction for a discerning audience.

The Great Ehrbar Hall

The Großer Ehrbar-Saal is considered one of the best chamber music halls in Vienna and has a corresponding profile in terms of music history. The restoration of the hall and the entire complex, which now shine in new splendour, offers audiences and performing artists a highly attractive and acoustically first-class setting for musical encounters. The Ehrbar Chamber Music Society has chosen this very special concert venue as the focus of its artistic intentions.


The centrepiece of the concert series is the great standard repertoire of piano chamber music. Chamber music literature is offered around this already extremely rich centre, which is thematically or historically related to the selected works.


High-calibre musicians from the large circle of colleagues and friends of the three core members of the ECMS take part in the concerts as guests.