DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS
Widely acclaimed for their virtuosity and inventive programming, Da Capo, founded in 1970, is renowned for its openness to a wide spectrum of new music styles and a special dedication to working with composers. Winner of the Naumburg Chamber Music Award in 1973, Da Capo has long been a leader in building a strong heritage of present-day American chamber music, pointing with pride to more than 100 chamber music works written especially for the group. The group has recorded for Naxos, New World, Bridge, CRI, and GM Recordings, and is in residence at Bard College and the Bard Conservatory of Music. The current ensemble consists of André Emilianoff (cello), Patricia Spencer (flute), Curtis Macomber (violin), Meighen Stoops (clarinet) and Blair McMillen (piano).
Da Capo Chamber Players (top-bottom)
André Emilianoff (cello), Patricia Spencer (flute), Curtis Macomber (violin)
Meighen Stoops (clarinet) & Blair McMillen (piano)l
Photo courtesy of Peter Schaaf