Music at the Museum this Sunday: The Sound of Strings!

Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC) and Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra (RSO) continue the series, Music at the Museum, this Sunday, September 13th at 2:00 PM with RSO musicians and friends and the sound of strings, with a flute for good measure!

Duetto Violanello, featuring RSO musicians Chie Yoshinaka, violin, and Amy Selig, violin, viola and cello, open the performance with classical and creative string duos for various instrument combinations. Cara Quartet follows with RSO musician Kathleen Thomson, violin, and friends Amy Hersh, flute, Katherine Sinsibaugh, viola, and Jacqueline Stern, cello, playing the music of Paul Hindemith, W.A. Mozart, Pamela Sklar, JS Bach, Claude Debussy, Isaac Albinez, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Zequinha de Abreu.

Bring your lawn chair or blanket, or stop by while strolling on Main Street and join us for this FREE performance.

“The Music at the Museum series has been so much fun this summer!” says RSO Executive Director Laurie Kenagy. “It has been a great opportunity to present diverse music, to give musicians the opportunity to play during the health crisis, and to provide live music to the community free of charge. It’s also been a wonderful collaboration between KTM&HC and RSO!”

The following Sunday, September 20, will be the final performance in the series featuring the Angry O’Haras at 2:00 PM.

NOTE: KTM&HC is COVID certified according to CT state guidelines for safely re-opening Museums & Aquariums (6/17/20):  only outdoor space is open (no Museum tours currently); social distancing; mandatory face coverings or masks; follow one-way signage; and no public restrooms.Performances are permitted outdoors ONLY. 


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