The Greek Chamber Music Project (GCMP) is an ensemble that celebrates the Greek world through captivating programming in intimate concert settings. Recent programs have included the East Coast tour Remembering the Jews of Greece, deeply personal songs about The Iliad in Conversations with Homer, the commissioning of Talos Dreams inspired by the myth of the first robot, and Uproot, capturing the refugee experience through song. 
GCMP is a champion of Greek composers, shedding light on the rich musical repertoire coming out of Greece and the Greek diaspora. GCMP has released three full-length albums and performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Library of Congress, as well as cultural centers and universities across the U.S. and Canada.


“The sonorities were prodigiously diverse, reflecting as broad an array of dispositions as one might encounter in an eighteenth-century string quartet.” -Stephen Smoliar, The Rehearsal Studio, December 2021

“Such a delightful surprise.” San Francisco Classical Voice, by Lily O’Brien, February 2017

“The accomplished musicians’ dynamic and powerful performance stirred the imagination and fed the souls” -Hellenic Society Prometheas Newsletter, by Patty Apostolides, July 2014

“[Chamber music] may conjure different images to different people, but music of the Greek Chamber Music Project will transport you to another place, and time. For me, it took me seaside. The beautifully arranged pieces bring nostalgic thoughts of Greece. The works mirror life: at once calm and peaceful, then a bit moody, but we’re always brought back to that peaceful, beautiful time.” -Windy City Greek, by Maria Karamitsos, September 28, 2015

New Album Now Available


The Moon is Red: A Tribute to Manos Hadjidakis
The Moon is Red: A Tribute to Manos Hadjidakis
Hellenic Song: A Musical Migration
Hellenic Song: A Musical Migration