Venue: Tulane University, Dixon Hall
Time: 7:30pm (CST)
2022-23 Season Schedule:
October 19: Academy of St Martin in the Fields (String Octet)
November 1: Michelle Cann, Piano
December 5: SPA Trio
February 7: Escher Quartet
March 27: Aizuri Quartet
April 24: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Plus: January 17: Eric Plutz, Organ
A special add-on event at Christ Church Cathedral!
Subscribers always get the best prices and priority access!
Subscription Pricing 2022-23
Six Dixon Hall Concerts: $150 ($90 for age 35 and under)
Six Dixon Hall Concerts + Organ Add-on: $175
Single tickets: $35 each ($18 for age 35 and under) - single tickets not currently available
Students with ID admitted free of charge at the door
All details are subject to change. On-sale dates for single tickets will vary.
About Friends of Music
Who Are We?
New Orleans Friends of Music has been bringing the finest chamber musicians in the world to our community since 1955. In addition to a full season of public concerts at Dixon Hall, in partnership with Tulane University, NOFOM provides training and music education activities for both artists and audiences.
A volunteer-led organization, NOFOM supports the full range of chamber music repertoire through performances and commissions, curates educational activities that encourage all ages to appreciate the art form, and showcases exceptional emerging chamber musicians.
Education & Outreach
Education for music lovers and musicians of all ages is a key part of New Orleans Friends of Music programming!
Our guest artists regularly visit local classrooms, present masterclasses and lectures, and participate in artist residency activities with schools and community organizations.
We are pleased to partner with Lyrica Baroque and the University of New Orleans annually to present NOLA Chamber Fest, a growing competition for student and emerging chamber music ensembles.
Plan Your Visit
Unless otherwise stated, concerts take place at Dixon Hall on the uptown campus of Tulane University.
We encourage patrons to arrive early as parking is limited on and around campus. Free parking for Friends of Music performances is available in the Diboll parking lot on Willow Street, and a shuttle is provided before and after the concert.
Covid Protocols Will Be In Place
For the safety of audiences and performers, and in accordance with state, local, and university regulations, COVID safety protocols will be in place for Friends of Music performances.
These may include but are not necessarily limited to mandatory masking, required proof of vaccination (or negative recent test), capacity restrictions, contact tracing, social distancing, or advance reservation requirements for all events.
Currently, in alignment with guidelines from the City of New Orleans and the Newcomb Department of Music, proof of vaccination is not required. Masks are recommended while in the venue.
Keep visiting our site for most current information throughout the season or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.