All Seasons Chamber Players will perform at Emmanuel for Annual Concert: Proceeds to Benefit CFA

All Seasons Chamber Players will perform at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 3:00 pm for an annual Community Concert, entitled “Classical, Romantical, and Jazzical,” honoring the musical legacy of William F. Wilkins. Celebrated works to be performed include Schubert, Debussy, Rechtman, and Smetana. Admission to the concert is free and open to the public. During the intermission, a free will offering will be taken up for the Center for Food Action (CFA). Following the concert, all are invited to a Meet the Artists reception with complimentary light refreshments in the Peace Lounge.  For more information, call the church office at 201-444-7300 or visit or


William F. Wilkins, affectionately referred to as “Bill,” was a long time active member of Emmanuel’s choir and had a deep appreciation for music. It is a tribute to his memory that All Season’s Chamber Players will perform at Emmanuel and that the concert will raise much needed funds for CFA. CFA is 501 (c)(3) organization that provides emergency food and homelessness prevention services to northern New Jersey’s poorest and most vulnerable residents.


All Seasons Chambers Players, a leading chamber music ensemble in the New York-New Jersey Metropolitan area, is now in its 37th season and has performed over 774 concerts since its inception in 1981. The ensemble performs music from the baroque to contemporary periods in mixed ensembles using flute, violin, cello, harpsichord and piano. The All Seasons repertoire includes new and unusual works as well as those from the standard chamber music repertoire of duets, trios, quartets and four-hand piano works. All Seasons programs appeal to a wide range of audiences from experienced concert goers to casual music lovers of all ages.  The March 2018 concert is All Seasons Chambers Players 12th concert at Emmanuel.


Emmanuel, founded in 1891, is celebrating its 126th Anniversary Year. Emmanuel is located at 14 Hope Street, at the corner of Hope Street and East Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ.  The building is ADA accessible and all are invited to attend.