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out! There are three prize rounds throughout the evening for your chance to win!! Guests pay $1 each for a ticket, and tickets are put into a raffle drum. If you win, your ticket can go back in for another chance to win! The more tickets you buy the more
July 2023
Lakeview Chamber Players
another member of their ensem- ble, Elizabeth Field, whose family has roots in Sandwich, NH, going back several generations.
“Now, in 2023,” says Tim Maček, “we are delighted to have the opportunity to join with the Joyful Noise Music Series to pres- ent a concert at the First Congre- gational Church in Meredith. This year our program features classical chamber music masterworks, in- cluding the Beethoven String Trio #3 and the magnificent “Clarinet Quintet” by Johannes Brahms, as well as tango music by Argentinian master Astor Piazzolla”.
The artists of the Lakeview Chamber Players are Tim Maček, violin (Kennedy Center/Wash-
MEREDITH – The Joyful Noise Music Series at the First Congregational Church Mer- edith is excited to begin their 2023 concert season with The Lakeview Chamber Players on Thursday, July 13th at 7 PM.
The Lakeview Chamber Players are an ensemble of six professional orchestral musicians from Washington, DC, and New York City. They began giving con- certs in the summer of 2015 when Tim and Sarah Maček, violinists with the Kennedy Center/Wash- ington National Opera Orchestra and summer residents of Rangely, Maine, invited friends and col- leagues from Washington and New York to Maine for a cham- ber music concert, sponsored by the Rangeley Friends of the Arts. These concerts have since become an annual event. In the summer of 2018, they brought their concerts to the New Hamp- shire Lakes Region, perform- ing at the Arts Center in Center Sandwich, the summer home of
in Concert
ington National Opera Or- chestra), Sarah Maček, violin (Kennedy Center/Washington National Opera Orchestra), Elizabeth Field, violin (The Bethlehem Bach Orchestra), Suzanne Orban, cello (Wash- ington Ballet Orchestra), Mor- rie Sherry, clarinet (Dall’ombra
Ensemble; soloist with Baltimore Symphony), Uri Wassertzug, viola (Kennedy Center/Washington National Opera Orchestra).
This is a special concert to be enjoyed by all. A suggested $20 do- nation is appreciated to continue bringing quality performing artists to the Joyful Noise Music Series.
The First Congregational Church of Meredith is located at 4 Highland Street. Parking is in the back of the church or across the street at the Town annex and nearby public park- ing off of Main Street. To learn more about this event and The Joyful Noise 2023 music series, please see www.fccmeredith. com or phone 603-279-6271.
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