Chapel Hill Philharmonia


The Chapel Hill Philharmonia suspended its season in early March due to the onset of COVID-19. Like everyone, the CHP is concentrating on staying safe and healthy. We hope to return to music-making once gathering in orchestras and audiences is safe again. We appreciate your patience and continuing interest in our programs.

The Chapel Hill Philharmonia is an all-volunteer community symphony orchestra performing in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Donald L. Oehler, Professor of Music at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, serves as Music Director.

In its 37th season in service to the community, the Chapel Hill Philharmonia has performed a wide variety of classical music, from old favorites to new works. The orchestra gives several free concerts each year.

Chapel Hill Philharmonia musicians span a wide range of ages and occupations including scientists, teachers, physicians, homemakers, college and post-graduate students, UNC and Duke faculty, and retired members of the community. What they all have in common is a love of good music and a commitment to playing it for their enjoyment and the enjoyment of others. Membership in the orchestra is available without audition.

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