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SIX EVENTS.
SIX UNFORGETTABLE EVENINGS.


All events start at 4:30 p.m. and are followed by a wine and cheese reception in the Meeting House Art Gallery. TO RESERVE TICKETS, click on the ticket buttons below.
For questions, email us at: contact@newmarlborough.org
or call (413) 229-2785

2019 EVENTS

1.413.229.2785  -  New Marlborough Village Association

August 24 at 4:30 p.m. 
Gypsy Jazz with the Rhythm Future Quartet 

$25/$20 members, 18 and under free
“Breaks new ground,” The Boston Globe.  Group leader “Jason Anick is a star in the world of jazz violin,” says jazz bible, Downbeat Magazine. Comprised of violin, double bass and two guitars, the Huffington Post called their album Travels “One of the best Jazz albums of the year.” Special treat – 15-year old prodigy, Henry Acker will be replacing regular member Olli Soikkeli for this show only. The Hot Club of Paris comes to New Marlborough.
A reception follows in the Meeting House Art Gallery.



September 7 at 4:30 p.m.  
Carol Wincenc, Flute, and Lora Tchekoratova, Piano

$25/$20 members, 18 and under free

A sneak preview of Carol's Golden Anniversary Legacy Series. An “impeccable flute soloist” (NY Times), “virtuosity on this order of magnitude is remarkable” (Newark Star Ledger) meets a pianist whose “energy swept the audience along with her” (The Washington Post). An afternoon of music of the highest calibre, 21st century contemporary premieres meet Bach, Messiaen, Debussy and more.
A reception follows in the Meeting House Art Gallery.



September 14 at 4:30 p.m. 
Emmanuel Ceysson, Harp

$25/$20 members, 18 and under free

They called him “a rising star in the harp world” with “both his technique and his musicianship virtually flawless,” (Washington Post) – but that was before he became principal harpist of New York’s Metropolitan Opera. Now the enthusiasm and energy of his solo recitals reveal the harp as the ultimate solo instrument. “Far away from stereotypes, this spontaneous man, witty and funny, is disarmingly honest... An amazingly alive and curious musician” (Le Figaro, France). Repertoire to include Bach, Liszt, Debussy, Schumann, Rameau along with contemporary works.

A reception follows in the Meeting House Art Gallery.



September 21 at 4:30 p.m. 
Dan Tepfer, Piano

Goldberg Variations / Variations

Harold Lewin Memorial Concert
$25/$20 members, 18 and under free

Jazz and Classical interpretations of Bach’s prized Goldberg Variations that ring praise from both worlds. “This is no stunt but a fresh musical exploration,” enthuses classical critic Anthony Tommasini of the New York Times while Carlo Wolff of JazzTimes declares “Tepfer is not in awe of the Baroque master; rather, he makes Bach a colleague in joy.” A jazz-Bach meeting ground at the Meeting House.

A reception follows in the Meeting House Art Gallery.



September 28 at 4:30 p.m. 
Berkshire Childrens Choir

FREE EVENT!

Three captivating local choirs with the sons and daughters of the community. Junior Choir (boys & girls, grades 1-5), directed by Karen Sovak. Senior Choir (boys & girls, grades 5-9), directed by Julie Bickford. Coda (girls, grades 10-12), directed by Julie Bickford. Classics, folk, spirituals and contemporary choral ring through the Meeting House rafters.



October 5 at 4:30 p.m. 
Author’s Talk: Garrison Keillor

Hosted by Simon Winchester

$25/$20 members, 18 and under free

There has been no sabbatical. Post-Prairie Home Companion, Keillor has written a musical called The Lives of the Cowboys, a memoir entitled So Far So Good, even stacks of limericks. All this and more, in conversation with Simon Winchester. “Beauty isn’t worth thinking about; what’s important is your mind. You don’t want a fifty-dollar haircut on a fifty-cent head.” — Garrison Keillor

A reception follows in the Meeting House Art Gallery.