THE FIRST ANNUAL KENNEBEC EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Dynamic Classical Chamber Music – Beautiful Historical Instruments
August 15-20, Evenings at 7:30 PM, Sunday at 3 PM
$25 General Admission/ $20 Seniors/ $10 Students (ages 16-25).
Children under 15 free. One Child "free" with each Adult.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER TICKETS ONLINE AT BROWN PAPER TICKETS
This week Midcoast Maine will be treated to the first Kennebec Early Music Festival!
• Seven nationally and internationally renowned artists steeped in the performance of classical music on period instruments and in vitally alive historic styles
• Lute and vocal gems by such celebrated Renaissance composers as John Dowland and Thomas Morley
• Inspiring masterpieces by the mighty Johann Sebastian Bach
• A delightful program of Viennese Classical music – Haydn’s Gypsy Trio and Scottish folksongs, a Mozart violin sonata full of drama and wit, a joyous set of cello variations by Beethoven, and soulful art songs by Schubert
• a 1660 Guarneri violin, a 1784 Merlin cello, and replicas of a Renaissance lute and two late 18th-century fortepianos
• the intimate Linden Tree Meeting House and the welcoming Grace Episcopal Church
• a "Kids-Come-Free" program (ages 7–16) for the young’uns
What a truly wonderful and unique way to end a Maine summer so rich in fine classical music concerts. Click here or go to http://www.kennebecearlymusicfestival.org to learn more about the programs and musicians, listen to samples of their performances, and ORDER YOUR TICKETS at the link above. Please 'like' and 'share' Kennebec Early Music Festival on Facebook.
We are looking forward to meeting you at our concerts, as we begin our journey into the enchanted realm of beautiful music. Revel in the dynamic artistry of six artists of national and international renown from San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, Portland, and Bath. Experience the Music of Bach, Dowland, Beethoven, Mozart, and other masters as it should be – performed on the historic instruments they knew, played, and loved. View the full concert schedule at www.kennebecearlymusicfestival.org.
Join us at the Phippsburg Congregational Church for the following events:
Wednesday, August 16th, 7:30 pm
Friday, August 18th, 7:30 pm
"What then is Love but Mourning":
Music for Lute & Voice from the Time of Shakespeare
Saturday, August 19th, 7:30 pm
The Sound of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, & Schubert
The Phippsburg Congregational Church is located at 10 Church Lane (at Parker Head Rd.) in Phippsburg. For more information, call 389-1767 or 389-1770.