Mostly Music Chamber music series

Mostly Music presents the second concert of its 40th anniversary season on Sunday, November 24th at 3:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El in Westfield.  The concert will begin with Schubert's ever-popular "Trout" Quintet for Piano and Strings and will include Skalkottas' Duo for Violin and Viola and a variety of traditional Greek music for chamber ensemble.  The concert features Greek violinist Simos Papanas, along with Paul Neubauer on viola, Keith Robinson on cello, Timothy Cobb on bass, Orion Weiss on piano and Eirini Tornesaki singing traditional Greek folk songs. The concert will be preceded by preludes played by students from Chatham High School. The cost is $40 at the door and is free for students.  

Contact Information
  1. Arlene Gardner
  2. 908-789-8578
  3. alg.621@gmail.com
Sun, November 24
3:30 pm — 5:15 pm
Add to My Calendar 11/24/2019 3:30pm 11/24/2019 5:15pm America/New_York Mostly Music Chamber music series

Mostly Music presents the second concert of its 40th anniversary season on Sunday, November 24th at 3:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El in Westfield. The concert will begin with Schubert's ever-popular "Trout" Quintet for Piano and Strings and will include Skalkottas' Duo for Violin and Viola and a variety of traditional Greek music for chamber ensemble. The concert features Greek ...

756 East Broad Street Westfield, NJ 07090

Temple Emanu-El

756 East Broad Street
Westfield, NJ 07090

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