HoT Wolfeboro NH 191019 10x8Saturday October 19, 2019 7:30 PM

Anderson Hall 205 S. Main St.

Wolfeboro NH

This will be Wolfeboro Friends of Music's eighth consecutive "Heifetz On Tour" concert to the delight of our Wolfeboro audience. Founded by Daniel Heifetz in 1996, the Institute offers its world-renowned summer program on the campus of Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia. Three young artists selected from among their international peers, playing violin and cello accompanied by favorite Dina Vainshtein on piano perform a signature menu of rarely heard, scintillating concert duets, plus a piano quintet including Nicholas Kitchen on viola. Faculty of the Ashkenasi/Kirschbaum seminar, including the Institute’s newly appointed Artistic Director, Nicholas Kitchen (and Borromeo Quartet, Ensemble in Residence), instill founder Daniel Heifetz’ music ideas and ideals.

Jacqueline SchwabSunday December 15, 2019 2 PM

Anderson Hall 205 S. Main St.

Wolfeboro NH

For the winter holidays, Jacqueline Schwab will intrigue and warm your heart with her sparkling and intimate piano selections touching on vintage Appalachian carols, North Carolina sea island spirituals, English and Scottish dance tunes, and more.

Beacon BrassSunday January 12, 2020 2 PM

First Congregational Church 115 S. Main St.

Wolfeboro NH

The brilliant sound of the Beacon Brass Quintet will enthrall our audiences once again this season.

Adaskin Trio w Tom GallantViolinist Emlyn Ngai, violist Steve Larson, and cellist Mark Fraser have since 1994 programmed a treasury of chamber music for the intimate combination of their instruments,

St, Patrick’s Day begins a week early in Wolfeboro with this spectacular young Celtic trio from Connemara.High Time Celtic Trio

The New York Times praised his “eloquent sensitivity” and conductor-violinist Joseph Silverstein hailed Tu as “among the best classical solo artists of our generation.” Hsiang Tu at piano

In 2019, this a cappella group of twelve undergraduate men celebrated 73 years of bringing the popular music of the Great American Songbook, as well as more traditional aires, to audiences across the country. Harvard Kroks

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