North Country Chamber Players Here Feb. 21
February 2, 2011
The UNH Celebrity Series will present the North Country Chamber Players Monday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. in the Paul Creative Arts Center’s Johnson Theatre.
The North Country Chamber Players, an ensemble of world-class musicians, gave their first performance at the Sugar Hill Meeting House in northern New Hampshire in 1978. With the encouragement of Dorothy Guider and then-governor Sherman Adams, the ensemble became a local institution, receiving accolades from the New York Times. Today, the North Country Chamber Players continue to be a musical jewel in New Hampshire’s crown, providing wonderful music in the environs of the White Mountains and now the Seacoast.
The ensemble for this concert consists of Ronnie Bauch, violin; Kendall Betts, horn; Melissa Meell, cello; and Bernard Rose, piano. The program for the evening will include Haydn’s Divertimento a tre in E Flat Major for Hunting Horn, Violin and Cello; Beethoven’s Sonata in A Major for Cello and Piano, and Brahms’ Trio in E Flat Major for Violin, Horn and Piano, Op. 40.
Tickets are $30 general and $10 student or youth and can be purchased online at www.unhmub.com/ticket/ or by calling the MUB box office at 2-2290 when the university is in session. For more information visit our website at www.unh.edu/celebrity