Dear chamber music lovers:
Classica Chamber Players are proud to announce we are now a fiscally sponsored project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts service organization. Contributions on behalf of Classica Chamber Players may be made payable to Springboard for the Arts and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Formerly Hill House Chamber Players from 1985-2020, we are moving forward with our new identity and beautiful venue at Sundin Hall, Hamline University in St. Paul, MN We deeply appreciate many years of support, and strive to continue playing diverse programming to a loyal and expanding audience.
Please help us sustain Classica Chamber Players with any amount you like for Give to the Max Day, November 17, 2022, GiveMN.org
Your support is deeply appreciated to help us maintain our viability and presence in the thriving musical environment of the Twin Cities.
Thank you for enabling us to share our joy of playing great chamber music in an acoustically superb setting.
Classica Chamber Players, pianist MaryJo Gothmann, violinist/violist Julie Ayer, cellist Tanya Remenikova
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Musicians Mary Jo Gothmann, piano, Julie Ayer, violin/viola, and Tanya Remenikova, cello, are now Classica Chamber Players, formerly Hill House Chamber Players.
We look forward to returning to the beautiful Sundin Hall at Hamline University and welcoming familiar faces and even more chamber music lovers to our concerts. We were gratified by the generous response to the Ukraine Benefit Concert of
June 5, 2022, sponsored by the Ukrainian American Community Center.
We are committed to exploring the endless treasure trove of piano trios, including unfamiliar repertoire as well as many well-known works. (Thanks to the generosity of the Schubert Club, some of the classical repertoire will be played on a replica fortepiano from the Schubert Club Music Museum.)
Our next concert will be:
June 4, 2023, 3 pm
See you soon!
See us perform!
See our May 11th performance for the Schubert Club Courtroom Concert at the Landmark Center! Song performed: SC replica fortepiano
"excellent ensemble, luscious tone, flexible phrasing"
"attracting an ever-larger and ever-more-enthusiastic audience"
Keep in touch with our concert series as we share interesting historical articles and intriguing back stories to our programming!