Cambridge, NY. – On Sunday, June 11, at 4:00 pm, Music from Salem’s Cello Seminar participants and faculty will perform a concert at Hubbard Hall located at 25 E. Main Street, Cambridge, NY. Take a peek and listen in to the future of cello playing and cello repertory on Sunday afternoon and give yourself an adventure!
Ten cellists from all over – as far away as Asia and Russia – will present solo works by current composers, explain their special connection with these works, and introduce themselves to our Music from Salem audience. Works by Berio, Kennedy, Harbison, Schuller, Sollima, Lutoslawski, Kudiyan, and Thomas will make this a richly vibrant event for all!
$15 is our suggested ticket price, but Pay What You Can is our policy – all are welcome!
Music from Salem brings together musicians of international reputation to prepare and perform chamber music in the peace and beauty of rural Washington County, New York, and environs. Chamber music is classical music written for a small group of performers, and includes a range of styles, from the 18th century to today.
The connection between artist and audience is at the heart of Music from Salem. Concerts are intimate, with most held at Cambridge’s Hubbard Hall, whose fine acoustics enhance the listener’s experience. Open rehearsals are held at Brown Farm in Salem, where MfS originated in 1986. Music from Salem also leads educational workshops and conducts violin, viola, and cello seminars for emerging young artists. For more information on all our offerings, please visit www.musicfromsalem.org