The Sybarite Chamber Players are devoted to expanding the repertoire for string quintet, the Sybarite Chamber Players break down conventional boundaries to establish a new genre of chamber music. Juxtaposing Stravinsky with Radiohead or Dvorak with Led Zeppelin, the Sybarite Chamber Players are considered one of the most versatile ensembles of their kind, pioneering groundbreaking performances of old and new. The group has appeared numerous times at the Aspen Music Festival and LaSalle concert series in Cincinnati, as well as Classical Thursdays concert series at Time Warner Center, Ten O’Clock Classics, the Museum of Sex, and the Cutting Room in Manhattan. Members have performed with some of the finest ensembles here and abroad, including the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Elektra Chamber Players, New World Symphony, and IRIS Chamber Orchestra. Ongoing projects include: the Alternative Venues Initiative, a Free Family concert series in Aspen, CO, and an Annual International Composition Contest. The Sybarite Chamber Players is a non-profit arts organization based in New York City.