The season begins in early November with “Baltic Sojourn,” a program that features exciting Baroque rarities from Italian and German composers who migrated to Latvia, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, and Russia. Works include delightful “Handelian” orchestral suites by Roman; fresh Baroque discourse in works by Szarzynski, Scheibe and Meder; and over-the-top emotional drama in sonatas by Müthel and Madonis. Concerts will take place:Friday, November 4, 2016, 7:30pm, at First Parish of SudburySunday, November 6, 2016, 3pm, at Old South Church in Boston. The Sudbury performance will be presented in collaboration with the Sudbury Historical Society and is supported by the Sudbury Cultural Council.
When: Nov 4, 2016 7:30PM to Nov 4, 2016 9:30PMin Sudbury, MA Cost: $35 preferred seating/ $30 general admission / $10 studentsChildren ages 7-17 are admitted FREE when accompanied by an adult.
Sudbury, MA local information, discount coupons, local events and local businesses are hear at SudburyMassachusetts.com. Sudbury is one of the older towns in the New England area having been incorporated in 1639. Sudbury is a charming community located about 20 miles west of Boston along route 20 and Route 117.
It is rooted deeply in history and is known for Longfellow's Wayside Inn and the Redstone Schoolhouse where Mary brought her little lamb. Along the Wayside Inn Road you will also find the Martha Mary Chapel and the Grist Mill which still operates for demonstration purposes today.
Sudbury is noted for its excellent schools and well managed government. Another benefit that the residents of Sudbury enjoy is its clean and delicious underground water supply. Sudbury truly offers all of the best for its proud residents.