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May 2017


A concert featuring the husband-wife duo of Daniel Gilbert and Donna Lee, with cellist Keith Robinson and Jonathan Bagg, viola. The program includes: Beethoven’s variations from the Magic Flute in E Flat Mendelssohn’s song without words in D Major opus 109. Nino Rota: Trio for clarinet, cello, and piano Rebecca Clarke: Prelude, Allegro, and Pastorale for clarinet and viola Brahms: Trio for clarinet, cello and piano, Op. 114 Pianist Donna Lee made her solo debut in 1990 with the National…

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June 2017

Celtic Violinist Jamie Laval

Jamie Laval captures the soul of Scottish music on his fiddle, mixing his spellbinding mastery of its distinctive technique with deeply informed descriptions of an ancient musical style that was the source of much of the American folk tradition.

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July 2017

The eminent fortepianist performs Beethoven’s late Bagatelles Op. 126 and his Sonata Op. 109, as well as four of Schubert’s beloved Impromptus.

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Summer Serenades

The Septet of Beethoven and Brahms’ Serenade in D major are both peak achievements from each composers’ youth. The glorious sonority of winds and strings filling the stage of the Jaffrey Meetinghouse is our way of celebrating the arrival of midsummer.

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Jesse does Jazz!

The Horszowski Trio violinist moonlights as a jazz musician. Hear Jesse Mills show another side of his musical persona with his other band: the Hope Quartet, with Roy Nathanson, saxophones and vocals; Curtis Fowlkes, trombone and vocals; Tim Kiah, bass and vocals; Jesse Mills, violin and vocals.

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August 2017

Frequent appearances at the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic and Cleveland Orchestra, and this year as Carmen at the Boston Lyric Opera do not keep Jennifer and Chris Cano from offering one of their lovingly crafted programs to the EEC audience. Her velvety mezzo voice will shine in music by Purcell, Britten, Barber, Dove, and Argento. “In a time that many young singers sound polished but somewhat monochromatic, no one seems to have told Jennifer Johnson Cano to play…

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Borromeo Quartet

The always-revelatory Borromeo Quartet brings its powerful magic to Peterborough: Quartets by Mozart & Mendelssohn, and a rarely-heard masterpiece by César Franck. “Chamber music at its personally and artistically meaningful best.” – Cape Cod Times

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Horszowski Trio plays all-Schumann

The miraculous talents of the Horszowski are well-known to EEC audiences. Their 2017 program comprises the three trios by the arch-romantic, Robert Schumann.

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September 2017

ACRONYM Baroque String Band: Battle of Vienna

Works by two great 17th century composers, Heinrich Biber and Johann Schmelzer along with modern premieres of long forgotten music make up ACRONYM’s typically fascinating and resourceful program. It concludes with two famous works of “battle” music from the Viennese baroque.

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October 2017

Antigoni Goni: Hymn to the Muse

The charismatic Greek guitar virtuoso takes inspiration from her native country in this collaborative program for solo guitar, flute, and strings, with music evoking the Greek world.

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November 2017

Two wonderfully contrasting voices join together in great moments from Bach’s beloved cantatas, accompanied by a baroque ensemble. An instrumental concerto or two will be thrown in for good measure!

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The Waldo and Alice Ayer Trust, Citizens Bank  |  The Bean Family Foundation  |  The Lizzie Cheney Trust  |  Citizens Bank & Getz Charitable Trust  |  The Putnam Foundation  |  The Madelaine Von Weber Trust  |  The National Endowment for the Arts  |  The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

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