The Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony
The Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony is an independently managed ensemble of highly-accomplished professional musicians, all first chairs of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra. Now in our 45th season, The Chamber Players present four pairs of subscription concerts each season, performed on Sunday afternoons at Round Hill Community Church and Monday evenings at the Bruce Museum. In addition, The Chamber Players have given concerts in partnership with Cos Cob Library, First Congregational Church of Old Greenwich, Alliance Francaise of Greenwich, and they present free concerts for the community as part of the Greenwich Arts Council Summer Music Series.
The Chamber Players’ repertoire includes music of all the familiar and beloved classical composers as well as pieces by less well-known but noteworthy masters that our musicians enjoy introducing to their audiences. Guest musicians are invited to join the ensemble once of twice a year, featured instruments have included the bandoneon, the pipa, the saxophone, the harpsichord, the guitar, the harp and others.
Intimate settings and a wine and cheese reception at each of our concerts afford the audience an opportunity to get to know the artists and to mingle with friends.
For information, call 203-637-4725
The Chamber Players P.O. Box 11 Greenwich CT 06836 203-637-4725