Marlboro musicians rain down on Brattleboro
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BRATTLEBORO– The Brattleboro Music Center’s Chamber Music Series continues Friday, February 24, with a performance by several different musicians from Marlboro.

The concert is scheduled for 7:30 pm at the Centre Congregational Church, 193 Main Street.

Selections by Haydn, Adès, Fauré, and Brahms will be performed by Gabriele Carcano on piano, Michelle Ross and Scott St. John on violin, Maiya Papach and Emily Deans on viola, and Matthew Zalkind on cello.

The BMC Chamber Music Series features artists and ensembles with international reputations, as well as gifted emerging young artists, performing chamber music of the highest quality.

Musicians from Marlboro, the touring extension of the Marlboro Music Festival, features exceptional young professional musicians together with seasoned artists in varied chamber music programs. Their concerts offer audiences the chance to discover seldom-heard masterworks and enjoy fresh interpretations of chamber music favorites.

Individual tickets are available with preferred seating for $30 (guaranteed only with advance purchase). General seating tickets are $20, with general seating discounts available based on need.

For more information contact the Brattleboro Music Center at (802) 257-4523.
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