© 2019 by New England Chamber Players

Rescheduled at Plymouth Library!

Saturday, July 16th at 2pm


NECP is excited to return to the Plymouth Public Library. We were devastated that our last program was snowed out by an unusual April blizzard, and are happy to be able to come during the sunny summer months.  As one of our first venues it remains one of our favorite spaces and most appreciative audiences. This time we are pulling together a core of woodwind players to play some fun french chamber music for winds. Although all the music was written in 20th century France and has ties to the Paris conservatory, it is quite varied and we think very appropriate to a fun summer atmosphere! 



Pierre Gabaye (1930-2000)


I. Modéré sans lenteur

II. Andante

III. Rapide et brillant


Alex Conway, flute

Rachel Juszczak, bassoon



Charles Kœchlin (1867-1950)

Sonatine Modale op. 155

I. Andante moderato

II. Allegro moderato

III. Andantino

IV. Assez large, expansif

V. Allegro


Alex Conway, flute

Thomas Weston, clarinet



Paul Pierné (1874-1952)

Bucolique variée


Izumi Sakamoto, oboe

Thomas Weston, clarinet

Rachel Juszczak, bassoon






Eugene Bozza (1905-1991)

Trois Piéces

 Pour Une Musique de Nuit

I. Andantino

II. Allegro Vivo

III. Moderato



Jean Françaix (1912-1997)


I. Allegro

II.  Andante

III. Allegro Molto

IV. Allegro Vivo


Alex Conway, flute

Izumi Sakmoto, oboe

Thomas Weston, clarinet

Rachel Juszczcak, bassoon



Please reload

2018 - 2019 Season

JP Concerts-Works of Mozart, Garfield, and Crusell

Jamaica Plains, MA

Friday,October 12th 2018 8pm

Peabody Library- Wind Harmonie featuring works of Mozart and Beethoven

Peabody, MA

Monday, November 5th 2018 7pm

Stella Concert Series- St. Mary Star of the Sea Church

Beverly, MA

Sunday, January 6th 2019


Brookline Library-

Brookline, MA

TBD March 2019

Plymouth Public Library-

Plymouth, MA

Monday, May 20th 2019 7pm

Featured Posts

Chamber Classics

October 15, 2019

Please reload

Recent Posts

November 29, 2019

October 15, 2019

September 9, 2019

February 20, 2019

Please reload