Arts in the Village is excited to announce the continuation of its Chamber Music Series in Rehoboth. In 2022 AIV’s 20th season featured two concerts in the fall: pianist Frederick Moyer on October 1 and the cello-piano Ekstasis Duo on November 12. This was followed by a full spring season with performances by the violin-piano duo Emil Altschuler and Mana Tokuno, the Haven String Quartet and the clarinet-piano duo Jonathan Cohler and Rasa Vitkauskaite.
Five concerts are scheduled for the 21st season of AIV, which is set for the fall-spring of 2023-2024. On September 23rd, the solo pianist Andrius Žlabys will return. On October 28, the South Coast Chamber Players will perform. The spring section of this season will start with Schwarz & Bournaki, the cello and piano duo, on February 24th. This will be followed by Vox Cor Trio on March 16. And on April 13, the violin-piano duo Tong & Shepard will appear. You can read more about the performers and their programs below.
Inaugurated in 2001, Arts in the Village is a concert series whose purpose is to enrich the community by presenting cultural events that enlighten and inspire. All performances feature world-class talents and take place in historic Goff Memorial Hall, a wonderful venue with outstanding acoustics.
For information, call Coordinator Meredith Denno at 508-431-6879 or email email@example.com .
Arts in the Village’s 21st Season
Arts in the Village is pleased to announce that five concerts will take place in its 21st season. The talents of exceptional musicians will be showcased on September 23, October 28, February 24, March 16 and April 13. Concert-goers will be able to subscribe at a discount, and individual tickets will also be available. All performances will take place on Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm, at Goff Memorial Hall, 124 Bay State Road, in Rehoboth, MA 02769. The doors open at 7:00 pm for early seating, which is non-reserved. Payment may be made by cash, credit card, or by checks made out to the Rehoboth Antiquarian Society. We look forward to seeing you soon!
To donate to Arts in the Village, please make your check payable to the Rehoboth Antiquarian Society, noting that it is for Arts in the Village, and mail it to the address below. The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.
Arts in the VillageRehoboth Antiquarian SocietyPO Box 2Rehoboth, MA 02769
Andrius Žlabys began piano at the age of six in his native Lithuania with Laima Jakniuniene at the Ciurlionis Art School. He came to the US to continue his studies. When Andrius was 18 years of age, the Chicago Tribune wrote: “Pianist-composer Andrius Žlabys is one of the most gifted young keyboard artists to emerge in years.” Grammy-nominated pianist Andrius Žlabys has received international acclaim for his appearances with many of the world’s leading orchestras, on many of the world’s leading stages. He will by playing one of his own compositions, “Echoes of Light”.
South Coast Chamber Players – October 28, 2023
Formed in 2001, this group’s mission is to present high quality chamber music for the communities of Southeastern Massachusetts. In each program, they attempt to vary the instrumentation, blending winds and strings, and engaging guest artists to present a wide range of musical colors and styles. They have recently joined with the New Bedford Symphony, giving both organizations an opportunity to expand with more opportunities for musicians and concerts.
Schwarz & Bournaki – February 24, 2024
As a chamber musician, Schwarz performs extensively in recital with pianist Marika Bournaki. In 2016 the Schwarz-Bournaki duo was awarded first prize at the inaugural Boulder International String Competition’s “The Art of
Duo,” and subsequently embarked on an extensive 10-recital tour of China in March 2017. Marika Bournaki, an internationally renowned classical pianist, is the subject of the award winning documentary, “I am Not a Rock Star.”
Vox Cor Trio – March 16, 2024
Mika Komuro, piano; Dr. George Carpten, trumpet; and David Roode, trombone
Vox Cor Trio is a unique ensemble comprised of piano, trumpet, and trombone that explores classical vocal music, aiming to share emotional journeys and stories without lyrics. Originally founded by Japanese pianist Mika Komuro in 2022 for her project “Without A Word,” it had its debut in Cincinnati that same year. Komuro has performed all over the world, including Bucharest, London, Salzburg, and Denmark.
Tong & Sheppard – April 13, 2024
Violinist Jessica Tong and pianist Michael Sheppard first met at the Peabody Conservatory, where they studied with legendary violinist Pamela Frank and pianist Leon Fleisher respectively. After their first performance of Mozart Violin Sonatas more than 10 years ago, they discovered they share a very rare singular vision in their approaches to music-making. They have continued to collaborate ever since that first performance, presenting inventive and adventurous programs that integrate both well-loved and lesser-known masterpieces for violin and piano.
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Musicians who are interested in performing in the Arts in the Village series should contact Coordinator Meredith Denno at 508-431-6879 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Arts in the Village concert series is sponsored by the Rehoboth Antiquarian Society, The Rehoboth Cultural Council, local businesses, and individuals.