K-W Chamber Music Society is one of Canada's busiest presenters of chamber music concerts, with over 50 concerts per year, ranging from solo to sizable ensembles. Programs range from medieval to contemporary; most have both classics and recent music. Active since 1974, since 1980 most of our concerts have taken place at 57 Young St. W., Waterloo, a private home where our KWCMS Music Room holds about 85 people. A superb Steinway piano, good acoustics, a supportive audience, and an intimate but informal atmosphere make for great concert experiences. Notable this year: Till Fellner, piano, performing the first and second of his four-concert Great Works of Schubert cycle; the Amernet Quartet (plus pianist Shoshana Telner) in a four-concert series of the rarely-heard Polish/Russian composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg; the 30th anniversary in our Music Room of the world-famed Penderecki String Quartet; solo concerts by great Canadian pianists André Laplante, David Jalbert, and Robert Silverman; the new Pittsburgh Symphony-based Clarion Quartet playing music of the Holocaust; and much, much more. Check us out at www.k-wcms.com.