Gabriel Chamber Ensemble

30th Anniversary Celebration!

In cooperation with the CDC recommendations for social distancing, we are canceling or postponing some of our upcoming concerts and events. Gabriel Chamber Ensembles values your health and well-being, and we encourage you to stay home, stay healthy, and join us when we resume our concert and fundraising schedule after the danger is past. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

The April 5 concert is CANCELED. Gabriel Chamber Ensemble values your health and well-being, and we encourage you to stay home, stay healthy, and join us when we perform this concert later in the year. We are still working out the details of finding a date that is available to all the musicians, with a better chance of accommodating our beloved audience. We will provide information and updates in this space as soon as we have them. We will also inform members via our mailing list.

The Gabriel Youth Orchestra concert, scheduled for April 26, has been CANCELED. We are canceling the GYO Spring concert. We thank the students who have worked so hard toward this concert, and hope that those who can, will join us again in the Fall. We wish our seniors all the best in their future endeavors.

The French Dinner Fundraiser, scheduled for May 3, is CANCELED.

The Gabriel Chamber Ensemble is now celebrating its 30th season of chamber music performances in Central Pennsylvania. Named after Gabriel Fauré for its exceptional rendition of the composer's piano quartets, the Ensemble has delighted its audiences not only with traditional works but also with works by Ornstein, Widor, Strauss, Saint-Saens - a list of about 150 composers. All in all, a repertoire of over 400 classical pieces.

GCE Concerts

30th Season


31st Season

GYO Concerts

Spring Concert



French Café with “Chef Agnès”

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News & Happenings


Beethoven 250th Birthday Celebration
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
215 N Warren St
Orwigsburg, PA

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30th Anniversary Concert Spotlight

Feb. 23: Gabriel Ensemble included a harpist for the first time in 30 years. What a fabulous concert it was, with St. Saens Fantasia for violin and harp, Debussy sonate en trio, Ravel Introduction and Allegro, and more.

Merynda Adams warming up for Concert #3.