The history of MidOhio Chamber Players begins with its founding in 2003 by Gregory D. Kufchak. Throughout their existence, this talented group of musicians has served primarily as a recording ensemble for the compositions and arrangements written by their music director.
Since their formation they have produced four CD albums in collaboration with the Apostolic Christian Church Choir, an all-volunteer group of singers whose membership is drawn from various congregations of the Apostolic Christian Church of America and the Apostolic Christian Church Nazarean, from both the United States and Canada.
The exciting and expressive sound of the MidOhio Chamber Players is a result of the make-up of this unique collection of instrumentalists. They are an ensemble comprised of both professional performers as well as young, accomplished pre-professional musicians. The collaborative interplay between both seasoned and younger talented players produces a lively dynamic that is fresh and musically appealing.
With a well-established recording legacy to its name, MidOhio Chamber Players was incorporated in 2009 as a not for profit corporation. Recognized by the
Internal Revenue Service as an exempt public charity under section 501(c)(3), the corporation’s charitable purposes are:
• To produce and present musical performances for
public attendance, and recordings for public sale
• To enrich and foster music appreciation in the
• To contribute financial support from time to time to
other qualifying charities
With the 2010 Season, the MidOhio Chamber Players will for the first time in their history appear in concert in a public benefit performance at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Van Wert, Ohio.