The Mill Ave Chamber Players celebrates its ninth season with the theme of time travel. From a world premiere to the music of sixteenth century Venice, we hope that you will join us for our adventures in the 2016-2017 season!
August 14: CD Release Concert
Celebrate the release of our second CD with Quintet and Quartet by John Steinmetz and a preview of our ninth season: Time Travel.
October 2: Mozart's Vienna
Composed for the Emperor's newly formed Harmonie Ensemble, Mozart's C minor Serenade shows how much Mozart was influenced by other Viennese composers. Join us for this masterwork of chamber music repertoire, along with Paginini's Caprice No. 24 and The Little Symphony for Winds by Franz Schubert.
November 6: The Venetian School with Helios
Mill Ave Chamber Players are thrilled to collaborate with Helios: A Modern Renaissance for an innovative performance of music from the nexus of Renaissance music—the Republic of Venice. Our residence at Central United Methodist will provide the space and acoustic reminiscent of St. Mark's Basilica, while the florid melodies will inspire a sense of floating down one of the many Venetian canals. Monteverdi, Willaert, Andrea Gabrieli, and his nephew Giovanni Gabrieli are among the featured composers.
February 5: Coming to America
In celebration of the wealth of music brought to America by immigrant composers, we are proud to perform the music of Samuel Adler, Paul Hindemith, Igor Stravinsky, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.
March 5: Rock and Jazz Concert
MACP will perform some of its favorite jazz, rock and pop music with rhythm section, location TBA.
April 2: Modern Classics
MACP will close its ninth season with a world premiere by Robert Springer and two modern masterworks for woodwind quintet: Island Prelude byJoan Tower and Quintet No. 3 by David Maslanka.
CD Release Concert
The Venetian School
Coming to America
MACP Goes Pop
Concerts will be held at Central United Methodist Church at 3 PM (except 3/5).