The Harlem Chamber Players, Founding Executive and Artistic Director Liz Player, will mark its 15th Anniversary and Black Music Month with a musical extravaganza Harlem Songfest II
Liz Player, Founding Executive and Artistic Director of The Harlem Chamber Players, is pleased to announce the anticipated release of its first-ever commercial digital album.
Having been on pause since the pandemic, Liz Player (Founding Executive and Artistic Director, Harlem Chamber Players) is pleased to announce the rare NYC performance.
The world premiere was performed during a concert commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, at New York’s Greene Space on June 19, 2021.
NY Classical Review reports that the Harlem Chamber Players held their 10th Anniversary concert Friday night at Miller Theatre, their “birthday concert,” as the group’s president Thomas Pellaton pointed out in some opening remarks.
The Daily News has reported that the Department of Cultural Affairs will allocate $40 million to upwards of 900 local arts organizations, putting special emphasis on the mayor’s CreateNYC initiative which seeks to foster diversity in the arts community.
The Harlem Chamber Players and Chamber Music NY commissioned Jeffrey Scott to compose A Hug for Harlem for orator and orchestra especially for this concert.
The phenomenal Harlem Chambers Players starts a new season on Saturday, September 29th, 2015 at 4 pm, 2015.
Sakura Park 122nd Street, between Riverside Drive and Claremont Avenue, Harlem, NY
Featuring Tali Makell, conductor; Hassan Anderson, oboe; Sarah Scruby, oboe; Carl Jackson, clarinet; Liz Player, clarinet; Eric Davis, French horn; Deryck Clarke, French horn; Amy Fraser, bassoon; David Miller, bassoon Steve Moran, double bass
Hear the highly acclaimed students from Opus 118 and meet the founder and master teacher Roberta Guaspari, the inspiration behind the award-winning documentary “Small Wonders” and Miramax’s film, “Music of the Heart,” starring Meryl Streep.
Join members of The Harlem Chamber Players with Ashley Horne, Orlando Wells, Amadi Azikiwe and Lawrence Zoernig as they perform American Opera Projects for the World Premiere of Nkeiru Okoye’s Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom.
On Saturday, September 24, 2022, the Inaugural John Coltrane Jazz Festival kicks off at 1 pm until 7:00 pm EST at Marcus Garvey Park | Richard Rodgers Amphitheatre, in Harlem, NY.
As an epicenter of African-American and American culture, Harlem has been the subject of countless books and films.
The American Classical Orchestra (ACO) returns to the historic Harlem Parish, the stunning location of its highly-praised 2020 digital production of The Chaconne Project.