We are happy to announce the 2019 - 2020 Essex Chamber Music Players concert season, which will feature exciting music premieres and great classical works. This season - more than ever we are counting on your support. ECMP is a nonprofit group in residence at the Northern Essex Community College campus in Haverhill. Due to service cutbacks at NECC, we are now using outside graphic designers to produce our programs and fundraising materials. We also are looking for new ways to economize, including handling our own publicity.

Fortunately, NECC has graciously agreed to provide us with the use of our concert hall in the Hartleb Center free of charge again this season. Going forward, we are looking into additional concert venues so that more people throughout the area may have the chance to hear our talented musicians and innovative programs. We also hope to bring our educational program, The Life and Poetry of Anne Bradstreet, America’s First Poet, to the Haverhill middle schools in the coming months. The program is funded through a grant from the Haverhill Cultural Council. In other news, ECMP is in the process of preparing to release a CD, Local Cultural History Through Music: The Merrimack Valley, Volume 1, in 2020.





Essex Chamber Music Players recording W. McKinley's Growing Up in North Andover 1874-1892: A Diary of Horace N. Stevens at Futura Productions. L-R: Vicki Griswols, Michael Finegold, Paul Hanley, Bob Schulz. Sam Ou, Susan Davenny Wyne





Essex Chamber Music Players and the Buttonwoods Museum / Haverhill Historical Society ‘Notes’ on Haverhill History visit to the Whittier, Hunking and Nettle Middle schools in Haverhill, MA.





Teaching Team L-R: Stacey Fraser-deHaan, Michael Finegold, J. Windel Brown, Joannes Sullivan





ECMP 'Notes' on Haverhill History Players and Composers L-R: Mark Nemeskal - tenor, Elaine Rombola - piano, Robin Cavalear - French horn, Emmanuel Feldman - cello, Michael Finegold - flute, David McMullin - composer, J. Windel Brown - composer