Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Support The Harlem Chamber Players this Spring

As we head toward the end of our 2020 – 21 Season, I thank you again for all the support you have given us, especially during these challenging times for everyone.

Because of your support, we were not only able to survive during this pandemic, but also build up our online presence. We revamped our website, making it more accessible, allowing us to share numerous online programs with you and across the world. We hope you will continue to support us this spring.

Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to The Harlem Chamber Players so that we may continue to bring you programs like this. No gift is too small. Every dollar you contribute is a vote of confidence and empowers us to do more.
Join us in bringing healing music to the community and to the world at large. In the meantime, we hope you continue to stay safe and well, and we look forward to seeing you in person soon!


Liz Player
Founder, Executive and Artistic Director

We hope you will join us for our headliner event of this season, a free online program presented in partnership with The Greene Space at WQXR/WNYC, Harlem Stage, and the Harlem School of the Arts. This concert, given in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, will feature the world premiere by Dr. Adolphus Hailstork of TULSA 1921 (Pity These Ashes, Pity This Dust), featuring Met Opera mezzo-soprano 
J’Nai Bridges with a chamber orchestra. This concert, which will air on Juneteenth (June 19, 2021), will also feature works by other Black composers—Jessie Montgomery, Alice Coltrane, and Trevor Weston—and dancers from the Harlem School of the Arts. Visit our website to learn more and to RSVP.

Mezzo soprano J’Nai Bridges. Photo by Todd 
Rosenberg Photography 2016.

Students from Harlem School of the Arts 
dancing to Trevor Weston’s The People 
Could Fly for our concert to be 
broadcast on Juneteenth from HSA’s 
newly renovated Dorothy Maynor Hall.

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