Next Concert!
 


Our first concert of the season!

  

La Lyre D'Orphée

 

Sunday 23 November 2014 at 4:00 pm

 

Hosted by

Jen and Jerry O'Leary

18 Kingman Road, South Orange

 

A nourishing grouping of Gallic music for violins and harp from the 16th to the 20th centuries, including Music by Lully, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, a little known work by Charles Koechlin, and traditional tunes from Breton coast and the Auvergne region of central France.


 

Paul Woodiel and Robin Zeh, violins,

will be joined on this program buy renowned guest artist


Stacey Shames, harp








The suggested donation of $25 includes a wine reception and goes directly to our world-class guest artists. We use any surplus to invest in future concerts! So far, we’ve bought chairs for extra seating and the all-important stemware to enjoy a nice Bordeaux. It which pairs well with French repertoire for harp and violin - and all other music too, come to think of it!


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The seating for this concert is limited (that's the whole idea). So please don't forget to RSVP to paul@montrosemusic.org to reserve your spot - we don't want to disappoint anyone! Bring friends and help us to notify others in the District (and beyond) who would like to know about our events. Thank you so much! 

Hosted by

Jen and Jerry O'Leary

18 Kingman Road, South Orange


18 Kingman Road is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building with Shingle style-influence. Built c. 1900, the clapboard and wood shingle-clad house has a hipped roof with pedimented gabled dormers. The projecting center bay features rounded corners, transom windows and a wooden entablature The three-part door surround has a transom and stained glass sidelights. A paired Ionic column-supported full front porch extends into a porte-cochere. The house was built for R. McKean.