Pilgrim Chamber Players' 21st Innovative Concert Season
Join us and discover for yourself what all the excitement is about.
The Pilgrim Chamber Players celebrates its 21st season with adventurous programming performed as always by outstanding musicians.
The Cavatina Duo, consisting of Eugenia Moliner, flute, and Denis Azabagic, guitar, open our October 29th concert with Sephardic Journey, a beautiful journey of self-discovery. The Black Oak Ensemble presents Latin music of Piazzolla and Turina on the 2nd half of this program.
On January 21, 2018, come hear the Kontras Quartet, returning with a mixed program of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and music by the American Grammy Award winner, Mark O’Connor.
We celebrate the 100th birthday of the great American composer Leonard Bernstein on March 11th with a full programof his music, including his jazzy Clarinet Sonata and the emotional Three Meditations for cello and piano from the large work Mass, which was written for the 1971 dedication of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC in memory of John F Kennedy. A string quartet playing selections from West Side Story and a selection of Bernstein songs presented by soprano Michelle Areyzaga will all be performed.
Hear our Free concert Stars of Tomorrow in April, which features outstanding, amazing award-winning young musicians, which is always an audience favorite.
We are very excited to present a program of Baroque music on June 3rd. Jory Vinikour, an internationally known harpsichordist now living in Chicago, will present the Brandenburg Concerto No.5 of J.S.Bach, with his amazing Baroque musical friends. A mini recital of Rameau harpsichord solos performed by Jory is included in this program.
Our audiences enjoy the diversity of our concerts and you will too! We invite you to look over our programs and join us in our 2017-2018 musical adventure.