Thursday, July 28, 2016

Sunday at the Bronson House

This Sunday, July 31, Historic Hudson invites you to relive an exceptional 19th-century experience: listening to chamber music in the elegant suite of octagonal rooms, designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, at the Dr. Oliver Bronson House.

Photo: lizcnyc|flickr
This Sunday, at 2 p.m., Historic Hudson presents Program II of its Chamber Music Series. Musicians from The Orchestra Now of Bard College return to the Bronson House to perform chamber music by Beethoven: the String Trio in G major, Op. 9, No. 1 (1797), and the String Quartet No. 5 in A major, Op. 18 (1798). 

Seating is limited, but there is still space if you act now. The weather on Sunday promises to be cooler--in the 70s--with a possibility of rain. But don't let the chance of rain deter you. The roof at the Bronson House no longer leaks. So, go to to purchase your tickets for what promises to be a remarkable and memorable musical event.

1 comment:

  1. Dan and I just love this event. Folks don't know what they are missing. The music is great, the raw wood of the Bronson House make the acoustics very rich and deep, and it's all up close and personal. What I love about Hudson, is that there are just so many opportunities such as this, all within a mile or so from one's home. What on this earth can be better than that. Nothing! That is why Dan and I are here. Thank you Hudson, and all those who work so hard, out of love for our city, to make it so special.