Chamber Cartel
Cartel members Jean, Caleb, and Thomas go over Iris with Guest Artist Lisa Cella

Hello and welcome to Chamber Cartel’s web site. Here you will find news about upcoming concerts, links to recordings, and other information about one of Atlanta’s best contemporary chamber ensembles! Enjoy!

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Saturday August 23rd 8 pm

Rodriguez Room at The Goat Farm Arts Center

Our Next Concert is

Chamber Cartel is the resident ensemble for the Wilderness Act Performance Series!file://localhost/waps-5

This is a very exciting series of performances that Chamber Cartel is excited to be a part of. We’re really looking forward to working with the composers. We hope you’ll come out and hear the music that these places inspire!

These events will take place on

Sunday September 14: Shambala Tibetan Meditation Center

Sunday September 21: Woodlands Garden of Decatur

Sunday September 28: Outdoor Activity Center

Sunday October 5: Davidson-Arabia Mountain Preserve

Sunday October 12: Chattahoochee Nature Center

Boston’s premiere clarinet/percussion duo, Transient Canvas, will join us for our fifth concert of the Arcana season.


Their program will include works by some of today’s leading composers.

Vestibule III (2013) by Curtis K. Hughes

Sift (2014) by Daniel T. Lewis ** World Premiere **

Purge (2013) by John Murphree

Last (1997) by Philippe Manoury

Somnambula (2014) by Rudolf Rojahn

Fabrication 10: Itch (2012) by Andy Vores

Matt Sharrock of Transient Canvas and Caleb Herron of Chamber Cartel will perform Aaron Jay MyersJust One Day!

For our side of the program Chamber Cartel will premiere two new works. Connor Way’s A Million Acres of Sky for Soprano, Cello, Harp, Piano, and Percussion, as well as Celestial Musicology by Joseph Eidson for ensemble and GameBoy.

We performed the first movement of Celestial Musicology as a teaser at our May 28th concert and if you weren’t there to hear the awesomeness you have to come check out the whole piece! It’s like hearing live video game music (but better, of course)!

All ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. There is a suggested donation of at least 10$/per person at the door.

Please e-mail us at with any questions.

We hope to see you there!