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Article from US 1 – September 2019

Concordia Chamber Players: Experience Exquisite, Rarely Heard Music Exquisite music, some rarely heard, presented in carefully curated programs and presented by renowned musicians in unique, intimate settings: that’s the promise that the Concordia Chamber Players has delivered for more than 20 years. Founded in 1997 in New Hope, Pennsylvania, Concordia

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Article from The Morning Call – April 2019

The Bucks County-based Concordia Chamber Players close the 2018-2019 season Sunday, April 28 at Trinity Church in Solebury (near New Hope) with a program pairing two works by contemporary composer Andy Akiho with a string quartet by Prokofiev. Featured will be Akiho’s “21” for cello and marimba, his “LIgNEouS” for

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Concordia’s Gift to Bucks County

Bravo, Brava, Bravi to The Concordia Chamber Players!  Founder and cellist Michelle Djokic has always assembled a stellar array of first-class musicians from all over the country, but on Sunday February 17th, they outdid themselves. Programming unfamiliar pieces all written by virtually unknown women composers from different periods of time,

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ChamberFest 2017

ChamberFest, Music of the Motherlands, was held September 8th & 9th, 2017 Featuring JP Jofre, accomplished composer and extraordinary bandoneonist, along with the Concordia Chamber Players, who presented his electrifying Tangodromo, Suite for String Quintet and Bandoneon along with a few shorter selections, including “Bailongo” for solo cello – a

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Princeton Festival Begins With Solid Performance of Concordia Chamber Players

With last Saturday night’s concert by Concordia Chamber Players, this year’s Princeton Festival is off and running. The Concordia ensemble brought only four instrumentalists to this opening concert of Princeton Festival’s 2017 season, but violinist Emily Daggett Smith, violist Ayane Kozasa, cellist Michelle Djokic, and pianist William Wolfram filled Princeton

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