Mallarmé Chamber Players artists are available as soloists and ensembles for concerts, weddings, receptions, and other celebrations.
We can bring your dreams to reality with our professional musical ensembles custom designed especially for your personalized musical needs. Mallarmé offers music and performers of the highest quality and has 31 years of experience.
Please contact artistic director Suzanne Rousso with inquiries regarding concert performances. firstname.lastname@example.org OR 919-560-2701
Wedding ceremony services include prelude, ceremony music, recessional and postlude.
Receptions or other events including funeral or memorial services.
We can arrange for a soloist, duo, trio, quartet or quintet for your event.
Arrangements of popular classical music such as Wagner and Mendelssohn wedding marches, Bach’s Air on the G String, Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Trumpet Voluntary and others are available for all ensembles. Classical and Baroque repertoire for all ensembles includes works by Bach, Telemann, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart and Haydn. Mallarmé can also customize selections to reflect customer preferences in repertoire and style (i.e. jazz, contemporary, Renaissance, etc.).
Included in fees for each event:
One hour face-to-face consultation with the Artistic Director concerning music and logistics.
Access to staff via phone and email prior to event.
Locations within the Triangle area; there is an additional travel fee for events outside of Durham, Raleigh or Chapel Hill.
Formal, casual or business attire.
Music and music stands
Fees start at $350 – please call 919-560-2701 or email email@example.com so that we can customize your musical experience.
Danielle DeSwert Hahn, piano, is a seasoned performer and arts professional. Ms. Hahn is currently the head of music programs at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, where she curates a weekly concert series.
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Formerly principal pianist of the Baltimore Opera Company and the Washington Concert Opera, she has also worked on the music staffs at the Ash Lawn Highland Opera Festival, New York Opera Society, and the Chautauqua, Indianapolis, Kentucky, North Carolina, Portland, Sarasota, and Washington National Opera Companies.
Ms. Hahn’s latest project, the Living Art Collective Ensemble (LACE), is a fluid group of musicians committed to bridging the gap between the visual and performing arts and bringing issues of cultural relevance to light within the context of engaging performances. Recently, Ms. Hahn completed the Association of Performing Arts Professionals Leadership Fellows Program.