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WINTER 2005 concert schedule and press release:
Thursday, December 8, Queens Museum, Corona Park, NY
Friday, December 9, St. Matthias Church, Ridgewood, NY
Wednesday, December 21, Guardian Angel Church, NYC
New York City Building
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens NY 11368
TEL: 718 592 9700

The Listening Series — The Forest Hills Chamber Players
Thursday, December 8, 2005
3:30 - 4:30 pm (free admission)

Three Queens residents who met at Julliard and shared a desire to bring high-quality accessible
performances to audiences of the outer boroughs, recently established the Forest Hills Chamber
Players. The musicians are passionate about helping their listeners establish deeper connections
with classical music, and will present a program that complements the themes and ideas presented
in the QMA's popular Looking Series slide talks which precede the concert.
This time they will present
Texture and Music: from Bach to Rossini.
Through demonstration, discussion, and performance of works by Mozart, Bach, and Rossini,
the Forest Hills Chamber Players will explore different musical textures.
As a special treat, they will be joined by guest violist Margaret Hjaltested to perform works by
Mozart, Bach, and Rossini as well as some holiday classics.
Friday, December 9 , 2005
4:00 pm (free admission)
The St. Matthias Church (lower church)
58-15 Catalpa Ave
Ridgewood, NY
"Texture and Music: from Bach to Rossini" (see
above) plus a medley of Christmas carols.
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
The Guardian Angel Church
193 West 21st Street (at 10th Avenue)
New York City

FHCP will be joined by guest violist Margaret
Hjaltested and guest vocalist Leena Chopra in
instrumental and vocal works by Vivaldi, Bach,
Handel, Mozart plus a medley of Christmas carols.
Forest Hills Chamber Players would like
to acknowledge the generous support of
the Queens Museum of Art and
Grand Pacific Finance Corp.;
Michael Lin, President
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