”Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast. To soften rocks, or bend the knotted oak.” –Playwright William Congreve
MUSIC IS THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE THAT BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER.
Music enriches our lives. It provides opportunities for joy and self-expression, fosters a sense of community, enhances creative capability and is a therapeutic outlet for stress and tension release.
FROM DIVERSITY COMES HARMONY AND BEAUTY For over 45 years, the North Country Chamber Players have been inclusive and collaborative. While we practice our instruments individually, our success has always rested on our ability to mesh our perspectives into one collaboration. Music shows us that differences can be transformed into an harmonic piece.
WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING ACCESS TO MUSIC OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY.
For over four decades the musicians of the North Country Chamber Players have been performing inspiring musical programs for audiences across the North Country, and introducing area children to music appreciation in school programs, all of which are available to everyone.
Your support has continued to allow us to offer music lessons, public school residency programs, and so much more.
North Country Chamber Players,
White Mountains Music Festival
Recognized as one of New England’s finest musical ensembles for four decades, the North Country Chamber Players combines the talents of principal players from internationally renowned orchestras and chamber groups. Their world-class performances of old and new classics in relaxed and comfortable settings have made the Chamber Players a fixture of northern New Hampshire’s cultural scene.
“One of the outstanding cultural resources
in the state of New Hampshire”
– NH State Council on the Arts
“A sophisticated group of experienced, passionate,
focused, and obviously talented musicians”
– Boston Musical Intelligencer
Artist Members: Ronnie Bauch, violin; Ah Ling Neu, viola; Chris Finckel, cello; Donald Palma, double bass; Susan Palma-Nidel, flute; Allen Blustine, clarinet; Bernard Rose, piano; Joel Timm, lecturer; Kemp Jernigan, oboe; Bernhard Scully, horn.