For Immediate Release
Contact: Audrey Alessi
Symphony NH Announces New InTown Community Music Series
NASHUA, NH – Your favorite coffee shop, a gallery at the art museum, your neighborhood library – now all places you can also enjoy live music. Symphony NH’s new InTown Community Music Series aims to bring live music to community spaces with performances by small groups of musicians in collaboration with local organizations and businesses. The series begins with a free concert at the Nashua Public Library on February 3rd at 12 pm. Reservations are required. Stop by the library during your lunch break or start your weekend early while listening to violins, viola, and cello performing Mozart and more.
The free concerts at the Nashua Public Library features Symphony NH concertmaster Elliott Markow performing with Rose Drucker on violin, Kathleen Kalogeras on viola, and Harel Gietheim on cello. “These chamber music concerts – only a few musicians performing rather than the entire orchestra – are a unique experience for the audience and the performers,” explains Markow. “Especially with this program featuring Mozart and his contemporaries, the audience can listen for the musical ‘conversations’ and more closely enjoy these moments between the individual musicians.”
The series continues later in February with Debussy aFire, a concert in collaboration with Riverwalk Café and Music Bar in Nashua. On February 17th join Symphony NH strings to hear works by Debussy and Glass alongside aFire, the band of brothers from global mothers that begins with the soul of freedom and space. Debussy aFire will be a world of music and centuries on inspiration in one evening. Tickets are $10 in advance and $13 at the door.
In March the Hunt Memorial Building, thanks to the support of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, hosts an InTown concert with cellist Nathanial Lathrop and pianist Rebecca Plummer performing Beethoven, Dvorak, and Brahms. This free concert will be March 29th at 6 pm. Reservations are required.
More information about Symphony NH’s InTown music series is available online at www.symphonynh.org or by calling (603) 595-9156.