WHITE MOUNTAINS MUSIC FESTIVAL

North country chamber players presents some of the finest Chamber Music in New Hampshire's White Mountains.  With concerts through out the year.

38 years of history, and a bright future ahead.

Schedule

 

  • NCCP OUTREACH  -  School Residency from April 18th through April 20th, the NCCP players listed below will be performing/coaching music students at Lin-Wood High School in Lincoln, Littleton High School, Profile High School, Groveton HighSchool, and White Mountain Regional High School. With the following NCCP players:

Clarinet – Allen Blustine

Flute – Susan Nidel

  Cynde Iverson – Bassoon

Kemp Jernigan – Oboe

Jenny Ney – Horn

  • EXPLORERS CONCERT  -  May 20th at 2:00 pm.   Free concert at the Boys & Girls Club,  Littleton, NH.

 

  • WEEK 1 - ‘IBERIA’

July 8, Sugar Hill Meeting House

July 9, Mountain View Grand Resort

 A guided musical tour of the popular and folk music of Portugal and Spain, from a classical perspective, featuring the legendary Portuguese guitarist, Pedro Joia and Chamber Players flutist, Susan Palma Nidel, in a celebration of  the release of her critically acclaimed new album, ‘Lisboa Intima’

 

  • WEEK 2 - ‘MENDELSSOHN OCTET’ (Kramer Concert)

July 15, Sugar Hill Meeting House

July 16, Mountain View Grand Resort

 The Chamber Players join forces with the Solera String Quartet, featuring violinist Miki Sophia Cloud, to present one of the most beloved chamber works ever written, Mendelssohn’s electrifying Octet for strings. 

 

  • WEEK 3 - ‘RHAPSODY’

July 22, Sugar Hill Meeting House

July 23, Mountain View Grand Resort

Hot blooded passion, driving rhythms and the colorful sounds of the Eastern European countryside will be the order of the day in this program featuring Hungarian and Romanian dances and rhapsodies composed by the masters of these forms - Brahms, Bartok and Enesco.

 

  • WEEK 4 - ‘VIVALDI’S VENICE’

July 29, Sugar Hill Meeting House

July 30, Mountain View Grand Resort

A virtuoso violinist, composer and teacher, Antonio Vivaldi epitomized the Italian baroque in his home city of Venice.  Still a grand destination to this day, this magical city, legendary for its commerce, carnivals, architecture and intrigue, provided the perfect backdrop for his masterful concerti, sonatas and sacred works.

 

  • WEEK 5 - FANTASIA’

August 5, Sugar Hill Meeting House

August 6, venue tba

 Walt Disney’s brilliant use of Paul Dukas’ evocative concert piece, ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ grew out of a chance encounter, in a Los Angeles restaurant, between Disney and the legendary conductor, Leopold Stokowski.  The resulting animated concert, ‘Fantasia’, was a masterpiece that changed our ideas about music and movies, forever. In this program, which features, by popular demand, the return of soprano Sara Heaton, now singing with the Metropolitan Opera, a chamber version of Dukas’ work is paired with powerful music by some of the greatest composers of film, opera and theater scores, Verdi, Korngold and Morricone.

 

 WEEK 6 - GRAND FINALE

August 12, Sugar Hill Meeting House

August 13, Mountain View Grand Resort

 One of America’s greatest horn players, for decades, Kendall Betts was a fixture of the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra and the North Country Chamber Players.  Along with special guest artist, Bernard Scully, we celebrate Kendall’s life, his consummate artistry and renowned sense of humor with music by Mozart, Brahms and PDQ Bach.