Hollister House Garden invites garden and music enthusiasts to celebrate the official beginning of summer with a classical outdoor music concert presented by The New Baroque Soloists. ‘Festive Music for the Summer Solstice’ also known as ‘Music in the Garden’ will be held on the grand lawn of the garden on Saturday, June 19th at 4pm.
The acclaimed Artistic Director of the New Baroque Soloists Doug Myers brings along an outstanding ensemble who will feature intimate chamber works for trumpet, Hunting horn, oboe, English horn, cello and keyboard. The program includes works by Godfrey Finger, Carl Heinrich Graun, G.P. Teleman and a suite by J.S. Bach. The brass, woodwind and string families are all represented in charming combinations against the stunning backdrop of the early summer garden.
“It’s the perfect time of year to join us in the garden for a romantic outdoor concert of Baroque chamber music. We are fortunate to have an ensemble of top-notch musicians coming to give us an unforgettable musical experience on the lawn at Hollister House.” says garden creator George Schoellkopf.
Tickets are $30 for non-members ($25 HHG members) and can be purchased on the Hollister House Garden website: http://www.hollisterhousegarden.org/events/music-in-the-garden/. Guests are welcome to bring a picnic, blanket, and chairs for comfort; Hollister House garden will provide wine, soft drinks and an outstanding concert amongst an extraordinary setting.
Hollister House Garden is open to visitors April 30th through September 30th. Friday hours are 2-5PM and Saturdays 10-4PM. Private group visits are welcome weekdays by appointment only. Directions to the garden’s 300 Nettleton Hollow Road location are also available on the website. Contact: Pamela Moffett, 860-868-2200 email@example.com.
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