The Harlem Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players

Wednesday, February 1 @ 8 p.m., Concert Hall

The Harlem Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players are a group of professional musicians, each members of the Harlem Symphony Orchestra. The Harlem Symphony Orchestra was created in 2004 to highlight the historic contributions and visibility of African-American orchestral musicians. Its mission is to serve as a collective role model and to encourage the participation in classical music by youth of all ethnic origins. The exciting program includes works by Felix Mendelssohn, James H. Lee III and Ernst von Dohnanyi. This appearance is made possible by James Madison University’s Cultural Connections Artists in Residence program administered by the College of Visual and Performing Arts, the School of Music, and the James Madison University Office of Diversity.

Ticket prices: $14–$15 Advance tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the box office (Mon.–Fri., 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and 1½ hours prior to performance). Major credit cards, cash, checks and JACards accepted.

JMU student tickets: $10 in person at box office only with student ID. One ticket per ID. Student tickets are not available online. Cash only 1½ hours prior to performance.

Mailing Tickets/Will Call — Tickets that are ordered more than two weeks in advance of a performance will be mailed to the address on file. Ticket orders received less than two weeks prior to a performance will be held for pickup at the Will Call window.

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