Classicopia is a non-profit, year-round, professional chamber music organization dedicated to performing great chamber music in intimate spaces and non-traditional venues. Founded in Hanover, New Hampshire in 2001, Classicopia has performed over 1,700 high quality thematic chamber music programs, salons, and educational outreach programs in the New England area.
Classicopia is a constantly changing ensemble made up of the best musicians in the region as well as musicians from NYC, Boston, and elsewhere. Each concert uses different instruments, from strings to woodwinds to vocalists. Artistic Director and pianist Daniel Weiser speaks about each piece before it is performed to provide background about the composer and the music and to break down the barriers between performers and audience.
Concerts are presented in public venues such as churches and small auditoria, in private homes, and in extended living facilities. To receive concert announcements, please send your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consider Classicopia in your charitable giving plan. Donate today by clicking on the yellow “Donate” button. Thank you for your continued support!
DANIEL WEISER, President and Artistic Director
To help Classicopia provide quality chamber music concerts and outreach programs to communities throughout the Upper Valley and beyond, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution.
You can click on the yellow “Donate” button below or you can send a check made out to Classicopia to:
Daniel Weiser, 208 Northway, Baltimore, MD 21218.
Thank you for your support and generosity!
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The life and music of Claude Debussy plus works by other
French composers including Chabrier, Satie, and Faure
Trios for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano
Music for cello and piano with folk influences
Great works for violin, cello, and piano by women composers
Beautiful works by French composers for violin and piano
Passionate Trios by Czech Composers