Chapel Hill Philharmonia

Introducing the

Philharmonia Chamber Players

A summer of chamber music by members of the Philharmonia

first concert

“Made in France”

Sunday, May 17 at 3:00PM
Room 1201
Kenan Music Building, UNC-CH
(across from Hill Hall)

Program includes:
Dukas — Fanfare for La Peri; Ravel — Introduction and Allegro;
Saint-Saens — The Swan, for celli and harp; Reynaldo Hahn — Le Bal de Beatrice d’Este

Winners of the 2015 Young Artist Concerto Competition have been announced.

Note: Although we have a large orchestra of at least 80 regular players, we are always in need of violinists who feel comfortable and able to handle the challenging first violin parts of the classical literature.
More information

The Chapel Hill Philharmonia is an all-volunteer community symphony orchestra performing in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Donald L. Oehler, Professor of Music at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, serves as Music Director.

In its 32nd season in service to the community, the Chapel Hill Philharmonia has performed a wide variety of classical music, from old favorites to new works. The orchestra gives several free concerts each year.

Chapel Hill Philharmonia musicians span a wide range of ages and occupations including scientists, teachers, physicians, homemakers, college and post-graduate students, UNC and Duke faculty, and retired members of the community. What they all have in common is a love of good music and a commitment to playing it for their enjoyment and the enjoyment of others. Membership in the orchestra is available without audition.

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