By Roy Ziegler Diane Walsh, Pianist The Apocalypse predicted in the Book of Revelation set to music? Chamber music? That kind of horror and fury could only be communicated in music by the creative genius of Oliver Messiaen composing while interned in a German prison camp. In his Quartet for
By Roy Ziegler Artistic Director, Michelle Djokic, welcomed the Concordia Chamber Players’ audience to its eighth season on Sunday afternoon promising to help relieve the turmoil, clamor and chaos that the political season had wreaked on the public. As usual, Djokic, the popular, peripatetic cellist fulfilled her promise in stark
By Roy Ziegler Melvin Chen Melvin Chen, one of the most sought after chamber musicians today, will perform on the piano joining clarinetist Todd Palmer in a New Hope premier of Samuel Barber’s Hermit Songs on Sunday, November 7 at 3 PM. Concordia Chamber Players’ artistic director, Michelle Djokic, will
By Roy Ziegler Photo by Brian Keyes Michelle Djokic, center, enjoys a post concert champagne with guitarist, David Krantz, left and flutist, Jeffrey Khaner The Concordia Chamber Players have found a way to transfer the perfect sunlit beauty of an autumn afternoon to music and move it into a glass
By Roy Ziegler Jeffrey Khaner A new work by Philadelphia composer, David Laganella, will be premiered at the annual benefit concert for the Concordia Chamber Players on October 3 at the Nakashima Studio in New Hope. The Trio for guitar, flute and cello has been dedicated to the memory of
Dearest Friends, It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to our 2004-2005 concert season of Concordia Chamber Players. Our annual benefit concert will once again be held at the magical studio of the late woodworking master George Nakashima, thanks to the graciousness of the Nakashima Peace Foundation on Oct.