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Lunch to preview Two Rivers Chamber concert

By Staff | Nov 11, 2016

Those attending the Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra’s Nov. 19 concert in Shepherdstown will have an opportunity to get a preview of the performance at a luncheon the day before.

The concert, which is sponsored by Friends of Music, will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church on Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m.

The luncheon, which is sponsored by the Friends of Music Guild, will be held at Shepherdstown’s Bavarian Inn on Friday, Nov. 18 at 12 noon. The orchestra’s Music Director, Jed Gaylin, will speak, offering his insights into the works that will be performed at the concert.

The menu choices for this luncheon will be London Broil, Poached Salmon or Vegetarian Strudel.

Tickets for the luncheon are sold separately from concert tickets at a cost of $20 per person. All tickets must be prepaid before Nov. 15 so the Bavarian Inn can have an accurate meal count.

To make a luncheon reservation and learn more, contact Betty Lou Bryant at bettylou_bryant@yahoo.com.

The concert will be an all-Mozart program. Works to be performed will include Mozart’s Symphony No. 39, the overtures to the “Marriage of Figaro” and “Cosi Fan Tutte” and arias from these and other Mozart operas.

Admission to the Nov. 19 concert will be free for Friends of Music members. The ticket price for others will be $25 per person

Tickets and Friends’ memberships can be purchased on the Friends’ website at www.friendswv.org or by mail (FOM, PO Box 220, Shepherdstown, WV 25443) or, if space is available, at the church the evening of the performance. Visa and Master Card will be accepted.

The Friends of Music is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1999 to support and promote musical excellence.

The Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra was established by the Friends in 2007. Dr. Gaylin was named Music Director in 2012. He also serves as the Music Director of the Bay Atlantic Symphony, the Principal Guest Conductor of the National Radio and Film Philharmonic, the Principal Conductor of the Cape May Music Festival and Music Director of the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra in Baltimore.

Full information about the Friends, the Orchestra, and the concert season is available at www.friendswv.org.