The All Seasons Chamber Players, a leading chamber music ensemble in the metropolitan area, has performed over 750 concerts since its founding in 1981. It performs music from the baroque to contemporary periods in mixed ensembles using using flute, violin, cello, piano and harpsichord. All Seasons programs are highly successful with a wide range of audiences from seasoned concert-goers to casual music lovers of all ages. This wide appeal comes from the quality of the performances and the variety of instrumental groupings and musical periods. Spoken introductions are provided for each to each selection to help audiences appreciate and enjoy the music.

Concerts are currently help in the public libraries of New Milford, Ridgewood, Englewood, Fort Lee, Fair Lawn, Teaneck and Mahwah; in churches including  the Central Unitarian Church of Paramus, the Reformed Church of Oradell, Emmanuel Baptist Church of Ridgewood, and St. Andrews Church in Harrington Park; in the Art Center of Northern New Jersey; and at four senior residences in New Jersey; and in the Barron Arts Center of Woodbridge, NJ.