40th Anniversary Fall Concert
GUEST ARTIST: AARON BOYD, VIOLIN
Oct 7, 2017 | 7:30PM | Sugar Hill Meeting House | Sugar Hill, NH
Oct 8, 2017 | 4:00PM | Alumni Hall Cultureal Center | Haverhill, NH
First two week long Summer Festival included concerts at the Meeting House, Littleton Opera House, Franconia Town Hall, two Family Concerts and a gala joint program with the members of the Jefferson and North Country Choruses, conducted by Nancy Winsor
Chamber Players awarded C. Michael Paul Foundation Residency Program Grant
Your support has continued to allow us to offer music lessons, public school residency programs, and so much more.
Welcome spring with a gala celebration of the magnificent music and food of the “city of lights,” as the North Country Chamber Players present “An Evening in Paris” at the Mountain View Grand Resort in Whitefield on Sunday, May 21.
North Country Chamber Players pay a visit to Spartan band May 3, 2017 WHITEFIELD — On May 20, members of the North Country Chamber Players paid a visit to band members at White Mountains Regional High School. The visit was prompted in part because the high school band...
NORTH COUNTRY CHAMBER PLAYERS
ONE OF NEW ENGLAND'S FOREMOST MUSICAL ENSEMBLES
FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
No matter how many concerts I have been involved in over the years, I continue to be inspired by the extraordinary power of music to transport us, seemingly instantaneously, through centuries, across oceans and continents, and to emotional places and imaginary fantasies that are difficult, if not impossible, to reach by any other means.
I am happy to report that this Summer’s programs read like a ‘bucket list’ of desirable destinations. On any given weekend, our listeners will find themselves enjoying the sunny cafes of Lisbon and Madrid, visiting a Venetian Palace in the Piazza San Marco, attending a musical at the Mendelssohn family’s parlor in Leipzig, reveling at a dance festival in a rustic Carpathian Mountains village, or marveling at the astonishing imaginings of geniuses like William Shakespeare, Walt Disney, or Alfred Hitchcock.
As musicians, we are constantly trying to improve our abilities to illuminate and facilitate these adventures, often calling upon colleagues, near and far away, to help us with this process. This summer, we also remember and celebrate one such colleague, Kendall Betts, with whom we shared so many past journeys, familiar and exotic, physical and spiritual, whose passion for music and life were nothing short of extraordinary.
– Ronnie Bauch