Every Second Sunday, 7 pm, at the Swedenborgian Church
Tickets available at the door or online at BrownPaperTickets.com
2019 – The Benefit Season – Fostering Music Education, Renewing the Urban Environment, and Empowering the Disabled
February 10 – Alam Khan & George Brooks
An East-West fusion season kick-off that will astound and delight. International recording artist Alam Khan, son of world-renowned Indian musician Ali Akbar Khan and a lauded musician in his own right, has performed at highly acclaimed concerts all over the United States, Canada, Europe and India with musicians of all stripes in most every genre. He joins Grammy-nominated Brooks, a prolific and diverse saxophone player and composer who toured with R&B icon Etta James among many other luminaries of blues and jazz, and is widely acclaimed for successfully bridging the worlds of jazz, blues, and Indian classical music. A vibrant, exciting, and entrancing musical collaboration of world talent full of innovation and spontaneity.
March 10 – Fire & Grace – Edwin Huizinga & William Coulter
Violinist Huizinga, who has performed with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, and Stevie Wonder, joins Grammy winning guitarist Coulter performing from Bach to Vivaldi, tango to Celtic tunes, traditional Bulgarian to American fiddle tunes.
April 14 – Paul McCandless with Charged Particles
Multi-Grammy winning reed player McCandless (Paul Winter Consort, OREGON), and gifted multi-instrumentalist in both classical and jazz music, performs with his quartet.
May 5 (first Sunday) – Tom Rigney and John Burr
Sparkling Folk/Jazz pianist Burr joins famed Cajun fiddler and Bammie-winner Rigney for a jazz/folk fusion evening that is original, eclectic, passionate, and filled with musical and emotional intensity.
June 9 – Shay and Michael Black
Irish brothers from the renowned Black Family sing ballads from the Irish, Scottish and English traditions, old Dublin street songs, music hall songs, rollicking reels & joyful jigs, interspersed with stories, jokes and humorous childhood anecdotes.
July 14 – To be announced – (watch the website!)
August 18 – Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg
Two of the greatest living mandolinists together perform a wonderfully eclectic collection that ranges from J.S. Bach to Brazilian choro and Venezuelan dance forms plus some of Mike’s original compositions.
September 8 – Zephyrus Woodwinds
Five long-time friends who are veterans of symphonies, opera, chamber and regional orchestras, revel in sharing their favorites scored from a variety of classical, opera, and world folk sources.
October 13 – Curium Piano Trio
The women of Curium trio radiate dynamism and presence, performing the music of female composers along with traditional piano trio repertoire. on piano, violin, and viola.
*Dates and performances subject to change. Check back for more information!
All questions should be directed to Concert Program Manager Andrew Dodd at email@example.com .