In these unusual times, we are endeavoring to bring you some delightful online programs. We hope that they will capture the creativity and generosity of Concordia Chamber Players from the safety and comfort of your own homes.
FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 7:00 PM
Concordia has put together an ensemble of virtuoso musicians to present a virtual program for this year’s Princeton Festival. Filmed and recorded on location in Sand City, California, the performance opens with a work of our time, then ranges through the Romantic and modern periods, with works by composers like Giacomo Puccini, Hugo Wolf, and Jean Françaix offering a variety of moods and styles sure to intrigue and delight.
Watch the ArtYard Performance
Filmed at ArtYard in Frenchtown, NJ, with a concert featuring musical selections that confirm and celebrate the relevance of the recent exhibition “Shelter Is,” which explored the issues of sanctuary and community through a variety of media. The concert includes pieces by Carlos Simon inspired by the gospel music that shaped his youth; a new composition, Mystery for solo cello (commissioned by Musaics of the Bay) by Milad Yousufi; Stravinsky’s Élégie for solo viola; an arrangement of Amazing Grace for solo violin; and works by J.S. Bach, Kodály, Mozart, Dohnányi, and Enescu. Artistic Director and cellist Michelle Djokic is joined by violinist Siwoo Kim, violist Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt for this performance.
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Concordia ChamberFest 2020
At this year’s ChamberFest Concordia’s Artistic Director Michelle Djokic invited the versatile violinist Edwin Huizinga to become a “quaranteam” with her and explore all the repertoire for violin and cello as they navigated the difficulties of social distancing while safely bringing live music to small groups of friends. The performance includes arrangements of three Preludes from Bach’s Well Tempered Klavier, movements from the notable duos for violin and cello by Ravel, Kodaly, and Hermann, and the entire Duo by Schulhoff. Enjoy views of the nature that surround the musical duo in the beautiful California setting which was a continual source of inspiration to them.
Exquisite music making in magnificent Bucks County
Concordia Chamber Players was founded in 1997 in New Hope, PA. Since that time our audience has come to expect and relish in witnessing the great masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire, spanning all centuries, performed by our stellar list of guests artists in the intimate setting unique to bucolic Bucks County.
Founder and Artistic Director, Michelle Djokic, endeavors to unveil some lesser known gems while presenting compositions we have all come to treasure in a setting that welcomes both the ardent devotee and those who are just embarking on the discovery of all the wealth of witnessing live chamber music. Michelle and her colleagues bask in the warmth of Bucks County and welcome the opportunity to escape the big city for the intimacy and charm of New Hope.
Discover the depth of talent of the Concordia family of musicians, from the veteran to the young protégées in the forum of witnessing the treasured masterpieces and the excitement of discovering a lesser known work. Browse our web site for more information on special events and ticket information.
Concordia ChamberFest 2019
Age of Exploration: Baroque Music of Spain & Latin America
This year we have 2 very special days in 2 extraordinary locations with 3 incredible musical experiences.
Saturday, September 14
Glen Oaks Farm in Solebury, PA
Kings Oaks Chapel in Newtown, PA
Free Library of New Hope in New Hope, PA
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