Concordia Chamber Players

Brilliant Performers, Intriguing Programming

Concordia Chamber Players

Michelle Djokic, Artistic Director

 

Other artists TBA

Saturday June 9 at 7:30 pm

Please join us immediately afterwards for a free “Meet the Artists” reception

Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary
64 Mercer Street, Princeton



 

Tickets: $45 Preferred | $35 General | $15 Student

Tickets will go on sale in March.

General Admission Seating by section

STUDENT TICKETS MAY ONLY BE PURCHASED BY CONTACTING THE MCCARTER THEATRE TICKET OFFICE BY PHONE AT 609.258.2787 OR IN PERSON.



More information about Concordia Chamber Players at:

» concordiaplayers.org


This performance is underwritten by J.P. Morgan.



The brightest talents of the chamber music world come together to perform as members of the Concordia Chamber Players. Individually they enjoy active careers as soloists and chamber musicians at major chamber music festivals such as Tanglewood, Marlboro, and the Lincoln Center Festival. They have also performed with orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the San Francisco Symphony. Concordia performs to acclaim throughout our region, and has presented a concert as part of The Princeton Festival since our very first year.

Concordia’s program last year included works by Beethoven, Richard Straus, and Aaron Jay Kernis, the acclaimed Philadelphia-born composer. In other seasons they have offered an eclectic and enjoyable selection of music by Mendelssohn, Schubert, and Edward T. Cone. The formats range from duets to larger ensembles, and two years ago even included vocal works. Their 2018 program, to be tailored by Artistic Director Michelle Djokic to specific artists on the Concordia roster, will no doubt be typically enjoyable and inventive.

FESTIVAL FAVORITE

Listen to this excerpt from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo

 

and enjoy this excerpt of Erich Korngold’s Suite Opus 23 for Left Hand Piano, 2 violins and cello (Rondo-Finale). You’ll discover why Concordia Chamber Players has been a staple of The Princeton Festival since its inception, returning year after year as an audience favorite!

 

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