The Wellesley Chamber Players’ opening concert will be on Sunday, November 6, at 3pm, at the Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA. This concert is one of four concerts, all of which will be performed at Beveridge Hall for the Wellesley community and its neighbors.

Beveridge Hall is located on the grounds of the Dana Hall School, at 45 Dana Road, off Grove Street, just up the street from Wellesley Center, with ample parking and easy access to the hall.

The program will feature Handel’s Ombra mai fu  (Never was a shade), Mozart’s Piano Quartet in E flat major and Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G minor.

The performing artists include players who have performed internationally and have won numerous worldwide competitions. Jennifer Gaul, pianist, is Director of the Dana Hall Music School. Jayoung Kim is a prizewinning pianist and a staff pianist at the New England Conservatory and at Boston University. She is a member of the music faculty at Dana Hall and has performed at the Royal Concertgebouw and Jordan Hall. Ji-Won Song, a prizewinning violinist, has performed with orchestras in South Korea, Canada and the United States. Jesse Morrison, an award winning violist, has performed internationally as a soloist and a chamber musician. Jonathan Butler, a prize winning cellist, has played in Europe as well as in the United States.

Refreshments will be served following the program, providing the opportunity to meet the performers. The suggested donation is $20 for adults and $10 for students, to help with the cost of the concert series.

Wellesley Chamber Players will present the next concert in the series on December 4, at 3pm, featuring Eunae Koh, Stella Cho and Jayoung Kim in Brahms’ Piano Trio in C major and Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in C minor.

On March 5, at 3pm, Danny Koo, Jesse Morrison and Sasha Scolnik-Brower and Jayoung Kim will be playing Beethoven’s Piano Trio in D major and Faure’s Piano Quartet in G minor.

The final concert will be in May, featuring Jennifer Gaul, Jayoung Kim, and Danny Koo, along with other players, in Schumann’s Piano Quintet in E flat major.

The Wellesley Chamber Players welcomes any volunteers and supporters who might be interested in helping to build up the series as a community project. If you would like to join our “Friends” group, or receive our newsletter, or subscribe to all four concerts at a reduced donation price, email

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