Our Purpose

​​Upcoming  Concert:   ​January 15, 2023
Lullaby - George Gershwin
Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 20 - Felix Mendelssohn

News

​Enjoy an excerpt from our September 18 concert which featured the world premiere of Piotr Szewczyk’s new work, Spring Tales.



Read the article  ​" Consider supporting chamber music groups in intimate settings in Jacksonville"

Marcia PledgerFlorida Times-Union



September 27, 2022

THE ROTARY FOUNDATION OF PONTE VEDRA BEACH MAKES AWARD TO FLORIDA CHAMBER MUSIC PROJECT

Jacksonville Beach, FL --- The Rotary Foundation of Ponte Vedra Beach awarded the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP) a $1500 grant as part of the Foundation’s program to fund worthwhile projects and programs in the community that are developed by nonprofit organizations.  The award was made on September 18th after FCMP’s season opening concert.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Foundation,” said Susan Pardue, FCMP Artistic Director. “We believe that our concerts are about music among friends. This award will assist us in continuing our work of 10 years.”

“The Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Foundation is proud to support the efforts of the Florida Chamber Music Project with this grant. We are delighted that we can help the organization and are inspired by the beautiful music it brings to the beaches community,” said Beverly Flanagan, board member of the Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Club.

The Florida Chamber Music Project was founded 10 years ago by violist Susan Pardue. Joining her are violinists Patrice Evans, Siyu Zhang and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

For advance tickets online: https://flchambermusic.org/ . Follow Florida Chamber Music Project on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@FLChamberMusic). FCMP’s next concert is November 20th.

SALLY PETTEGREW NAMED ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR OF FLORIDA CHAMBER MUSIC PROJECT

                Jacksonville Beach, FL --- Sally Pettegrew, former Vice President of Administration and Human Resources of the Jacksonville Symphony, was named Administrative Director of the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP). Susan Pardue, Artistic Director and Founder of FCMP made the announcement.

                Pettegrew most recently served as Executive Assistant to the President of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida. She has more than 30 years of experience in the classical music world through her work with the Jacksonville Symphony. She established the Symphony’s human resources department, counseled 10 Executive Directors/Presidents on leadership transitions and oversaw the Jacksonville Symphony Starry Nights concerts at Metropolitan Park.

            “We are delighted to be working with Sally again,” said Susan Pardue. “Her knowledge of presenting music and organizational skills will be of great benefit to us.”

                FCMP is celebrating a decade of performances and will open its season on September 18th at the Beaches Chapel at the Jacksonville Beach Museum. Season tickets for the six concert series cost $150 and are available online at flchambermusic.org. Individual concert tickets are $27.

The Florida Chamber Music Project includes violist Susan Pardue, violinists Patrice Evans, Siyu Zhang and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Education Concert
Sanctuary on 8th Street

December 6, 2021

Watch and Listen


Come Hear the 202​2-202​3 Season of the FCMP 

 Friends Playing Music for Friends!

​​Come join us at our beautiful home:  Beaches Museum Chapel. The brilliant acoustics and energy fill this lovely and quaint venue bringing to life the intriguing repertoire planned for you during our celebratory tenth anniversary season. My colleagues and I are grateful for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you soon.                                                  


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​The Florida Chamber Music Project is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our performances at the Beaches Museum Chapel are wheelchair accessible and a limited number of accessible parking spaces are available.

Our Purpose

​​Upcoming  Concert:   ​January 15, 2023
Lullaby - George Gershwin
Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 20 - Felix Mendelssohn

News

​Enjoy an excerpt from our September 18 concert which featured the world premiere of Piotr Szewczyk’s new work, Spring Tales.



Read the article  ​" Consider supporting chamber music groups in intimate settings in Jacksonville"

Marcia PledgerFlorida Times-Union



September 27, 2022

THE ROTARY FOUNDATION OF PONTE VEDRA BEACH MAKES AWARD TO FLORIDA CHAMBER MUSIC PROJECT

Jacksonville Beach, FL --- The Rotary Foundation of Ponte Vedra Beach awarded the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP) a $1500 grant as part of the Foundation’s program to fund worthwhile projects and programs in the community that are developed by nonprofit organizations.  The award was made on September 18th after FCMP’s season opening concert.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Foundation,” said Susan Pardue, FCMP Artistic Director. “We believe that our concerts are about music among friends. This award will assist us in continuing our work of 10 years.”

“The Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Foundation is proud to support the efforts of the Florida Chamber Music Project with this grant. We are delighted that we can help the organization and are inspired by the beautiful music it brings to the beaches community,” said Beverly Flanagan, board member of the Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Club.

The Florida Chamber Music Project was founded 10 years ago by violist Susan Pardue. Joining her are violinists Patrice Evans, Siyu Zhang and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

For advance tickets online: https://flchambermusic.org/ . Follow Florida Chamber Music Project on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@FLChamberMusic). FCMP’s next concert is November 20th.

SALLY PETTEGREW NAMED ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR OF FLORIDA CHAMBER MUSIC PROJECT

                Jacksonville Beach, FL --- Sally Pettegrew, former Vice President of Administration and Human Resources of the Jacksonville Symphony, was named Administrative Director of the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP). Susan Pardue, Artistic Director and Founder of FCMP made the announcement.

                Pettegrew most recently served as Executive Assistant to the President of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida. She has more than 30 years of experience in the classical music world through her work with the Jacksonville Symphony. She established the Symphony’s human resources department, counseled 10 Executive Directors/Presidents on leadership transitions and oversaw the Jacksonville Symphony Starry Nights concerts at Metropolitan Park.

            “We are delighted to be working with Sally again,” said Susan Pardue. “Her knowledge of presenting music and organizational skills will be of great benefit to us.”

                FCMP is celebrating a decade of performances and will open its season on September 18th at the Beaches Chapel at the Jacksonville Beach Museum. Season tickets for the six concert series cost $150 and are available online at flchambermusic.org. Individual concert tickets are $27.

The Florida Chamber Music Project includes violist Susan Pardue, violinists Patrice Evans, Siyu Zhang and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Education Concert
Sanctuary on 8th Street

December 6, 2021

Watch and Listen


Come Hear the 202​2-202​3 Season of the FCMP 

 Friends Playing Music for Friends!

​​Come join us at our beautiful home:  Beaches Museum Chapel. The brilliant acoustics and energy fill this lovely and quaint venue bringing to life the intriguing repertoire planned for you during our celebratory tenth anniversary season. My colleagues and I are grateful for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you soon.                                                  


Help keep the music going!

STAY UPDATED

Sign up for our newsletter to get updates on upcoming programs, special pricing and the latest Florida Chamber Music Project news.

​The Florida Chamber Music Project is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our performances at the Beaches Museum Chapel are wheelchair accessible and a limited number of accessible parking spaces are available.