OLD LYME — On Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4, Musical Masterworks presents the second live performance weekend of its thirty second Season on the First Congregational Church of Previous Lyme with violinist Tessa Lark as Inventive Director. Saturday’s live performance begins at 5 p.m. and Sunday’s at 3 p.m.
This system consists of Gamba Sonata in G Main, BWV 1027 (arr. for violin, cello and bass) by J.S. Bach, Trio 1 by Edgar Meyer, Duet for Cello and Bass in D Main by Rossini, Trio 3 by Edgar Meyer.
“I’m struck by how the crowds right here in Previous Lyme really feel primed and able to discover new sides of classical music,” commented Lark. “We’ll actually bear witness to a number of magically distinctive souls this season.”
In December, cellist Joshua Roman will make his Musical Masterworks debut together with the multi-talented Edgar Meyer. Meyer’s virtuosic abilities on the double bass and his work as a composer are the inspiration behind Musical Masterworks’ December performances.
Musical Masterworks will even launch its new Neighborhood Engagement Program designed to succeed in communities exterior of Previous Lyme to deliver musical mentoring and particular initiatives to varsities and organizations which may not have the assets to create such packages on their very own.
This yr’s inaugural program was made attainable by grants from the Samuel Freeman Charitable Belief and CTHumanities, which emphasizes reaching out to populations with various financial and ethnic backgrounds in an try to create fairness amongst varied populations.
This yr Musical Masterworks has chosen to associate with Decoda, an affiliate ensemble of Carnegie Corridor, for a seven-day residency program. Along with these workshop-based packages, Decoda will likely be acting at a number of group venues in Previous Lyme.
The primary is a free, household live performance at Lymes’ Youth Service Bureau on Saturday, Dec. 17, from 10 to 11 a.m.
The second occasion is a free, formal live performance on Sunday, Dec. 18, from 2 to three:30 p.m. at Saint Ann’s Church, adopted by a post-concert reception.
Musical Masterworks thirty second season runs from October 2022 to April 2023 on the First Congregational Church of Previous Lyme at 4 Lyme St.
To buy mini-subscriptions ($115 every), particular person tickets ($45 every), or scholar tickets ($5 every), go to Musical Masterworks at www.musicalmasterworks.org or electronic mail email@example.com.
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