NEP Chamber Players

The New England Philharmonic broadens appreciation of contemporary music and reaches out to new audiences through the NEP Chamber Players, composed of players from the brass, strings and woodwind sections of the full orchestra.

Often the Chamber Players create unique programs in collaboration
with entities that sponsor performances.

Upcoming performances during Fall 2018

Sonic Portraits: Art, Music and the Power of Depiction,
highlighting the Boston Athenaeum’s portrait collection
September 13
6:00 p.m.
Boston Athenaeum
NEP Principals String Quartet
Danielle Maddon and John Lyneis, violins;
Jamie Doyle, Viola; Jason Coleman, cello


Cross-Rhythms Across Time
September 23
2:00 p.m.
Newton Free Library
NEP Chamber Players Quintet
Tammy Avery-Gibson, clarinet; Immei Wong, violin;
Ken Allen, Viola; Jason Coleman, cello; Patrick Yacono, piano


Fundamental Things Apply: Musical Forms and Meaning
October 7
2:00 p.m. Newton Free Library
NEP Principals String Quartet


The Power of Pattern, celebrating the Cape Ann Museum’s Folly Cove Designers collection
October 20
7:00 p.m.
Cape Ann Museum
NEP Principals String Quartet

Meet the Instruments Chamber Players Series

“Meet the Instruments” programs introduce children to the three instrument ‘families’ of the orchestra— how each instrument sounds and relates to the ‘relatives’ in its family, how the family sounds when it plays together, and ending with the children coming forward to meet and ask questions of the musicians…..who always are mobbed!

Meet……the Brass, the Strings, the Woodwinds on successive Sundays
November 11, 18, 25
2:00 p.m.
Boston Children’s Museum KidStage
NEP Chamber Players Brass, Strings, and Woodwind Quintets

To inquire about engaging a NEP Chamber Ensemble, contact manager@nephilharmonic.org

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Meet the Instruments Chamber Players Series