HARVEST NOTES FALL CONCERTS
Chamber Players members Bernard Rose, piano, Susan Nidel, flute, Ronnie Bauch, violin, and Ah Ling Neu, viola, will be joined by North Country audience favorite, violinist Anna Lim, and world-renowned cellist, Edward Arron.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Arron has garnered international recognition for his elegant musicianship and impassioned performances. He appears regularly as a soloist and chamber musician throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, has participated in YoYo Ma’s Silk Road Project, as well as Isaac Stern’s Jerusalem Chamber Music Encounters, and, is the Director of the Masterworks Concerts series in Lyme, Connecticut.
The program will feature masterpieces from three centuries, including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s stylish and charming C Major Flute Quartet, Maurice Ravel’s colorful, tuneful and jazzy Sonata for violin and ‘cello, and Robert Schumann’s historic Piano Quintet. The first major work to combine piano with a string quartet, paving the way for similar pieces by such Romantic giants as Brahms and Dvorak, Schumann’s masterpiece is bold, energetic, enchantingly romantic and dazzling.
- Susan Nidel, Flute
- Ronnie Bauch, Violin
- Anna Lim, Violin
- Ah Ling Neu, Viola
- Edward Aaron, Cello
- Bernard Rose, Piano
The North Country Chamber Players
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 and Miki-Sophia Cloud, violins; Ah Ling Neu, viola; Chris Finckel, ’cello; Donald Palma, double bass; Susan Palma-Nidel, flute; Allen Blustine, clarinet; Kemp Jernigan, oboe; Bernhard Scully, horn; Bernard Rose, piano; Joel Timm, lecturer.