Next Sunday, September 16, Historic Hudson invites everyone to experience chamber music as it was meant to be enjoyed . . . in the octagonal parlors of the Dr. Oliver Bronson House.
The afternoon begins at 1 p.m. with a continuation of the discussion "Schubertiades: Intimate Chamber Music in the Home," with Andrew Borkowski, cellist and music director for The Orchestra Now; Peter Laki, visiting associate professor at the Bard Conservancy of Music; and Alan Neumann, architect, historian, and president of the Historic Hudson board. The concert, featuring Mozart's Quartet for Oboe and Strings, performed by musicians from The Orchestra Now of Bard College, begins at 2 p.m. The afternoon of chamber music in the parlors of the historic Bronson House concludes with a wine reception.
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