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This exciting new season features award-winning performers, some new discoveries and exciting special events. 

Students under 18 years are always welcome to our concerts free of charge.

Upcoming Concerts

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April 7, 2024

3:00 PM

We will gather in larger numbers for a thrilling program. We open with the Phantasy Quartet by English composer Imogen Holst, the daughter of Gustav Holst. This composition, pastoral in nature, was awarded the Cobbett Prize in 1928. Our program is named after our next offering: Thirty Thousand Days for clarinet and string quartet by the young American composer, Chris Rogerson. Chris, whose father was a statistician, explains his father’s desire to measure life’s progress by 10,000 day increments. In Chris’ words, “When my sister and I reached our 10,000th days soon after turning 27, he excitedly called to make sure we knew the milestone we had reached. With a sharp memory he recounted stories of his own 10,000th and 20,000th days. While we were amused by his enthusiasm for this seemingly random day, I came to realize the value of looking at life from a broader perspective. Thirty Thousand Days explores this idea of life’s three stages. In the first movement, I try to evoke the joy, innocence, and sweetness of youth. The second movement depicts struggle, coldness, and fury. Finally, the last movement imagines acceptance, resignation, loss, and love.” We then close the concert and the season with the ravishingly beautiful and singular String Quartet in G minor, Opus 27 by Norwegian composer, Edvard Grieg.

Thirty Thousand Days

Phantasy Quartet (for string quartet) – Imogen Holst
Thirty Thousand Days (for clarinet and string quartet) – Chris Rogerson
String Quartet, Opus 27 – Edvard Grieg


Siwoo Kim – violin
Gabriel Campos Zamora – Clarinet
Anna Lee – violin
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt – viola
Michelle Djokic – cello

Trinity Church, Solebury

6587 Upper York Rd, Solebury, PA 18963

Free Open Rehearsal

Saturday, April 6, 2024 @ 3:30 pm

The Historic Phillips’ Mill

2619 River Rd, New Hope, PA
Please note that limited seating available. 

Past Concerts

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February 4, 2024

3:00 PM

Concordia’s second concert of the season will be on February 4th, 2024 at 3PM. Entitled “The WolfganG,” it features music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as well as Igor Stravinsky and Bohuslav Martinů. Mozart was a great “influencer,” pre-social media, touching nearly every composer who followed him and especially the two others featured on the program.

The program opens with Stravinsky’s Elegy for solo viola. Stravinsky referred to himself as “Mozart’s continuer” in the context of opera. Since Mozart himself loved and played the viola, it seems fitting to shine a light on the instrument that he often featured so prominently with a performance of this solo piece by Stravinsky. This will be followed by the Madrigals by Bohuslav Martinů which were inspired by Mozart’s Symphonia Concertante for violin, viola, and orchestra. In addition to also being scored for violin and viola, these pieces share a similar structure with the Mozart work, but are expressed with the unique voice of Martinů. The capstone of this concert will be the Divertimento in E-flat Major, K. 563 by Mozart, a serene and happy work, arguably the one of the most inventive compositions in the limited string trio literature.

The WolfganG

Elegy (for solo viola) – Igor Stravinsky
3 Madrigals, H.313 (for violin and viola) – Bohuslav Martinů
Divertimento in E-flat Major – Wolfgang A. Mozart


Siwoo Kim – violin
Che-Hung Chen – viola
Michelle Djokic – cello

Trinity Church, Solebury

6587 Upper York Rd, Solebury, PA 18963

Free Open Rehearsal

Saturday, February 3, 2024 @ 3:30pm

Rago Auctions

333 N Main St, Lambertville, NJ

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November 12, 2023

3:00 PM

Our first concert of the regular subscription series takes place on November 12th in the warm acoustic ambiance of Trinity Church in Solebury, PA. This concert, called “Watercolors,” will begin with a selection of Vignettes by William Grant Still, known as the “Dean of African American Composers.” Then we share with you the romantic Sonata Dramatique ‘Titus et Bérénice’ by composer Rita Strohl. The program closes with Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 120 by Gabriel Fauré. This program will be like opening a box of chocolates, each piece filled with unexpected delights.


Vignettes (for piano, violin, and cello) – William Grant Still
Sonata Dramatique ‘Titus et Bérénice’ – Rita Strohl
Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 120 – Gabriel Fauré


John Novacek – piano
Siwoo Kim – violin
Michelle Djokic – cello

Trinity Church, Solebury

6587 Upper York Rd, Solebury, PA 18963

Free Open Rehearsal

Friday, November 10, 2023 @ 3:30pm

Pearl Buck Room, Bucks County Free Library

150 S Pine St, Doylestown, PA 18901
Concordia ChamberFest 2022

Tickets will also be available at the door but with cash or check only.

ChamberFest 2022

Saturday, September 10, 2022
6 PM 
for drinks and light fare.
Concert begins at 7 PM.

Free Open Rehearsal
Free Library of New Hope
Friday, September 9
2 PM

On September 10 we will return to the acoustically amazing and rustic Glen Oaks Farm with ChamberFest 2022. A “Gutsy Plucky Band” present Il Fattore XX . Our gutsy pluckers will feature baroque legends Edwin Huzizinga on violin, Elliot Figg on harpsichord and soprano, Chelsea Helm. You will be surprised and delighted to see how many wonderful female composers were writing in the 1600-1700’s! Be sure to join us in the New Hope Public Library for a free open rehearsal on Sept. 9th.


American Haiku Duo for viola and cello — Paul Wiancko
String Trio — Jean Cras
A World Premier Concordia Commission:
Clouds of Gill – Trio for clarinet, violin and cello — Paul Wiancko


Elliot Figg – harpsichord
Chelsea Helm – soprano
Edwin Huizinga – violin
Manami Mizumoto – violin
Michelle Djokic – cello

The Barn at Glen Oaks Farm

6871 Upper York Road, Solebury, PA 18938

Free Open Rehearsal

Friday, September 9 @ 2PM

Free Library of New Hope 

93 W Ferry St, New Hope, PA

And for the lucky members of the 1740 Club!

Friday, September 9 @ 6:30PM

Lumberville, PA

If paying by check, please make it out to Concordia Chamber Players, PO Box 95 New Hope, PA 18938. For more information visit our website or call ‭(215) 486-6080‬.

Limited seating is available so please purchase your tickets early! 

June 9, 2023

7:00 PM

Concordia SummerFest 2023

Sam Reider & Jorge Glem

“one-of-kind fusion of  folk music”

“It’s a very special thing when two musical cultures come together to create something that didn’t exist before.” – NPR

Grammy-nominated, Venezuelan, cuatro virtuoso Jorge Glem teams up with American accordionist, pianist, and composer Sam Reider to create a one-of-a-kind fusion of folk music. With jaw dropping virtuosity and infectious chemistry, these musicians and friends are breaking down all the boundaries between their two continents, languages, and cultures.

Jorge and Sam blend Venezuela’s driving dance rhythms with American folk music and jazz. Their debut record, Brooklyn Cumaná, features a mix of Venezuelan and American traditional music, original compositions, and collaborations with special guests. Brooklyn Cumaná was released in November 2022 at a concert at Lincoln Center. In February 2023 Glem and Reider performed on NPR’s Tiny Desk.

The duo will be playing selections from Brooklyn Cumaná on June 9th at 7pm at SummerFest 2023 at Cradle Valley Farm in New Hope, PA.

Both friendly and approachable in person, you’ll also have a chance to meet them after the show! The evening includes delicious food, cocktails, and great fun with good friends in the beautiful, warm, June weather!
Tickets will not be sold at the door, so please either buy tickets online or send a check for $175 per ticket. Thanks as always for supporting Concordia and we hope to see you at SummerFest!


Ritornello 2.sq.2.j.a. — Caroline Shaw 
Trojan Women – Hecuba and Cassandra — Lisa Bielawa
Quiet Art from Impressions for string quartet — Jennifer Higdon
Leyendas, An Andean Walkabout — Gabriela Lena Frank


Sam Reider & Jorge Glem

Cradle Valley Farm, New Hope, PA

6454 Meetinghouse Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938

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