Our Lunchtime Classics series returns in September. Until then, we’re featuring some artists who have performed on past episodes.
Founded in 1982, Kentucky Center Chamber Players first performed in the Moritz Bomhard Hall at the Kentucky Center. Today, with the support of the University of Louisville and Indiana University Southeast, the ensemble performs in venues across the Kentuckiana area.
According to the group’s website, the mission of Kentucky Center Chamber Players is “to perform repertoire reflecting a breadth of styles, genres and instrumental combinations, including standard chamber music literature, as well as less familiar works by composers from the Classical Period to the 21st Century.” The core members of KCCP are Joanna Goldstein (piano), Peter McHugh (violin), Megumi Ohkubo (cello), and Dallas Tidwell (clarinet). The group often collaborates with a variety of musicians from the Louisville area in works ranging for as few as two string players to as many as 13 winds.
KCCP performs several times during the Fall – Spring arts season. When concert information becomes available, it will be listed at reverbnation.com.
Relive Kentucky Center Chamber Players’ most recent visit to WUOL: