Rebecca Clarke’s music will open Sunday’s concert by Concordia Chamber Players, which will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church in Solebury, outside New Hope, Pa. The concert will begin at 3 p.m. Clarke originally studied violin, but switched to viola at the suggestion of her teacher, Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.
The first of our regular subscription series will begin on Sunday, November 10 in the idyllic setting and wonderful acoustics of the Trinity Episcopal Church. This program will introduce you to one of the brightest young talents of the clarinet, Jose-Franch Ballester in the performance of the Duo for clarinet and
Concordia Chamber Players presents: Notable Encounter I Nakashima Woodworking Studio Duo for violin and cello by Zoltan Kodaly Toby Appel – violin and Michelle Djokic – cello Watch here: [divider scroll_text=” “] [gdl_gallery title=”notable-encounter-2013″ width=”175″ height=”110” ]
Concordia Chamber Players Artistic Director, Michelle Djokic predicts, “This could possibly be our finest Concordia season ever.” In addition to the concert series the group will introduce a new offering called “Notable Encounter I” on Oct. 6. The “Notable Encounter” includes a stimulating and revealing discussion of Zoltan Kodaly’s Duo
Dear Friends, I am thrilled to share with you what could possibly be our finest Concordia concert season ever. Since our launching in 1997 we have brought together world class musicians to present for you the masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire along with lesser known gems to be enjoyed
Last month, the Concordia Chamber Players had a unique concert offering. Bracketed by the familiar comforts of Brahms and Mozart was something quite novel for classical chamber music— a piece written for Theremin. The Theremin is an electric instrument played without any physical contact but by interfering with the frequencies