Classical Music Series
at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) announces a new  Classical Music Series featuring three concerts running April through May. Each concert will feature a different performance by talented area musicians. This is the first classical music series presented by the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

6tag_250217-092614Sunday, April 9
3 p.m.

Amberly Lamphere and Michael Hustedde

play button sasha hagan video Duo for Violin and Violin in E Minor, op. 13 by Louis Spohr (1784 – 1859).

play button sasha hagan video Oblivion by composer Astor Piazzola (1921 – 1992) on April 9, 2017.

 

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Special Mother’s Day Concert
Sunday, May 14
3 p.m., $10 general admission

Reverie (Christine Tsen, cello and Kathy Burmeister, harp) harmonizes the soulful lyrics of the cello with the angelic voice of the harp. Tsen and Burmeister perform all styles of classical compositions while adding their own signature interpretations to each. Water Fresh Farm will be providing, coffee, tea, and delicious desserts complimentary with ticket purchase.

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Sunday, June 11
3 p.m.

Featuring SoYoung Kwon, violin and emerging musicians from Boston University College of Music.

 

 


The Hopkinton Center for the Arts cultivates an inclusive and vibrant community committed to the exploration and enjoyment of the visual and performing arts throughout the MetroWest region. In 2015, the HCA opened its new arts center, consisting of newly renovated classrooms, and a brand new 200-seat performance space. The center houses classes in dance, music, fine arts, theater, ceramics, photography, and is home to theatrical and musical performances year-round. To learn more about the HCA, visit www.hopartscenter.org.

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