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Next Resonance concert: Sunday, February 17, 3pm.
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Don't forget Resonance this weekend!

A great concert is ahead of us when Miles Hoffman performs in Chestertown on Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. at St. Paul’s Church, Kent County.
 
Hoffman is the founder and violist of the American Chamber Players, with
whom he regularly tours the United States. However, he is equally — if not more — well known to radio listeners as the classical music commentator for National Public Radio’s Morning Edition news program. He is also the author of The NPR Classical Music Companion, a listening guide.
 
Pianist Reiko Uchida will accompany Hoffman in a program including works by Robert Schumann, Bach, Brahms and Chopin as part of the National Music Festival’s Resonance music series. Uchida has appeared often as a guest artist with Hoffman’s chamber group, and she has also collaborated with the Borromeo and the Tokyo String Quartets.
 
“Reiko and I are really looking forward to coming to Chestertown for the recital,” said Hoffman who played a concert here “many, many years ago” at Washington College. “I’ve been looking forward to coming back to town ever since, it’s such a beautiful town and this is a wonderful series and Reiko and are just delighted to have been asked to play on this series.”
 
Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students with ID and children under 14. NMF 2019 Combination Pass holders are guaranteed admission to all of this season’s Resonance performances — and all ticketed events of the 2019 National Music Festival, June 2-15, which will include more than 35 concerts ranging from small ensembles to symphony orchestra with chorus, plus 200 free open rehearsals. To purchase Resonance tickets online, click here. 
 
RES·O·NANCE /ˈrezənəns/ Noun: the quality in a sound of being deep, full, and reverberating … a quality of richness or variety.

Next up...
International opera star Karen Slack comes to the Resonance series in March! You don't want to miss Karen's spectacular voice! 
Sunday, March 24, 3pm
Click here to purchase your tickets!

Please join us
for a special event to benefit the National Music Festival and the Chester River Chorale!

Friday, March 29, 2019
7:30pm
The Mainstay
Caitlin Patton, voice
Sammy Marshall, piano
Tickets: $30 each
Proceeds will be split between the National Music Festival and the Chester River Chorale

The program will feature a variety of songs from Broadway, pop, and the great American songbook. 
Click here to purchase your tickets!
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