Trinity Alps Chamber Music Players

Performed by the Trinity Alps Chamber Players
Ian Scarfe, piano and narration, plus five guest instrumentalists

Saturday | February 20, 2016 | 9:30am and 11:00am
Noe Valley Ministry

On Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 9:30am and again at 11:00am NVCM’s Classical Kids presents the Trinity Alps Chamber Players at Noe Valley Ministry performing Rudyard Kipling’s “Just So Stories,” set to music by composer Danny Clay.

Two 45 minute shows repeat at 9:30am and 11:00am
Doors open at 9:00

Each performance lasts approximately 45 minutes, and is suitable for all ages.

Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories” set to Danny Clay’s music performed by the Trinity Alps Chamber Players.

TICKETS are $10-$25
($10 per person, $25 family pass for up to 4 people.)

The program will feature work for a chamber ensemble and narrator, and will be a setting of Rudyard Kipling’s tales of animal origins, the “Just So Stories”. With 6 instrumental performers (instruments may include violin, cello, bass, and/or flute, clarinet and piano) and a narrator, “Just So Stories” will feature each instrument taking a different animal or character in the stories, allowing children in the audience to follow the plot and understand the special sounds and nuances of each instrument. There will also be a “petting zoo” of the instruments after the performances.

This concert has been made possible thanks to the generous support of the San Francisco Arts Commission. Additional support provided by

About The Trinity Chamber Players:
Trinity Alps Chamber Players are dedicated to providing exceptional and accessible chamber music performances, bringing classical and contemporary chamber music alive to younger generations through education and outreach performances. The organization presents an annual summer festival in Trinity County, and regular seasonal events across California. Since its inception, this organization has presented over 60 public concerts and 25 educational programs at summer camps, schools, and public venues. It has had an evolving roster of almost 50 professional musicians to date, who hail from across the US and Europe.

Composer Danny Clay has an impressive history of working with children, and his compositions have attracted numerous awards and performances by world-renowned groups.