All Season Chamber Players To Return To Woodbridge

WOODBRIDGE – The All Seasons Chamber Players will return to perform at the Barron Arts Center located at 582 Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge, on Friday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m.

Admission is free, but seating is limited and advance reservations are required. Call the center for reservations at 1-732-634-0413. Refreshments will be served during intermission.


The ensemble will use its beautiful two-manual Flemish harpsichord in combination with flute and strings. The program will include music from countries in the musical vanguard of the Baroque era, such as Italy, France and Germany. Robert Lawrence, Co-Director of Programs, will personally introduce each piece to the audience.

All Seasons performers are professional musicians who also perform with major area orchestras, Broadway shows and summer music festivals. They include flutist Brenda Sakofsky of New City, N.Y.; violinist Robert Lawrence of New York City; cellist E. Zoe Hassman of New York City; harpsichordist Jean Strickholm of Demarest; and harpsichordist Ron Levy of Teaneck.

Levy, an Associate Artist with All Seasons Chamber Players and a well-known musician to many music lovers in Bergen County, has appeared with various orchestras, choral groups and the Palisades Virtuosi.

Now in its 29th season, the All Seasons Chamber Players have performed over 560 concerts throughout the metropolitan area and have been a regular attraction at the Barron Arts Center since 1990. The ensemble has also been heard on Cablevision’s MetroArts/13 programs and other cable TV stations in New Jersey. Winner of the Award for Artistic Excellence from the Bergen County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs, the ensemble has received numerous grants from public and private sources.

The Players’ schedule can be accessed on their web site at A printed schedule may also be obtained by calling 1-201-768-1331.

For more information or directions to the Barron Arts Center, call 1-732-634-0413.

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