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Join us October 28 for the first RESONANCE concert of the season: Trio Sefardi at St. Paul's Parish, Kent. 
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Trio Sefardi to open RESONANCE season

The National Music Festival will launch its 2018 – 2019 RESONANCE concert series Oct. 28 with a performance by Trio Sefardi. The six-concert season runs through April 2019 on Sunday afternoons at 3 p.m. at Saint Paul’s Parish, Kent: 7579 Sandy Bottom Road, Chestertown, MD.

Trio Sefardi performs ancient songs of the Sephardic Jews, who inhabited Spain and Portugal for centuries before being expelled in 1492. In exile, this Jewish minority maintained their Ladino language, oral culture, and folkloric music. Women of the community passed down these traditional songs, which deal with history, daily life, love, and loss.

Formed in 2010, Trio Sefardi’s members are Howard Bass (lute, guitar, bass), Tina Chancey (bowed string, percussion, vocals), and Susan Gaeta (solo vocals, guitar and percussion). 


TICKET INFORMATION:

Purchase a RESONANCE Pass for $100 and get one concert free (six concerts for $100; single ticket price is $20 each). Click here to purchase yours now!

Best Value: A National Music Festival Combination Pass ensures admission to all six RESONANCE concerts and all ticketed events of the two-week, 2019 National Music Festival, June 2 – 15, 2019. Click here to purchase!

Single tickets are now available for this, and other RESONANCE concerts, at $20 each; tickets for children and students are $5 each. (Please be prepared to show a school ID for students over the age of 14.) Single tickets are available by clicking here.
 
You may also purchase your Passes or single tickets by mailing a check to:
National Music Festival
P.O. Box 284
Chestertown, MD 21620
(Please be sure to note that your check is for Passes or tickets.)
 
Single tickets will also be available at the door for each RESONANCE concert.
 

Next up...
Mallets Toward None: NMF Percussion Mentor Michelle Humphreys brings the Towson University Percussion Ensemble to Kent County!
Sunday, November 18, 3pm

Thank you St. Paul's!

We are immensely grateful to Saint Paul's Parish, Kent for hosting the RESONANCE series this season! Performances are a pleasure in St. Paul's beautiful Parish Hall. 
 

RES.O.NANCE /ˈre-zə-nəns/ Noun: the quality in a sound of being deep, full, and reverberating … a quality of richness or variety.

RESONANCE concerts feature intimate, solo and small ensemble performances, presented by the National Music Festival.

“RESONANCE keeps the energy of our summer National Music Festival going year-round with high-quality performances by nationally known and regional artists,” said Caitlin Patton, NMF executive director. Now in its third season, RESONANCE was formerly known as Kent Chamber Music.

Other highlights of the season include a performance on February 17 by violist Miles Hoffman, founder and artistic director of the American Chamber Players. Hoffman is also author of The NPR Classical Music Companion: "An Essential Guide for Enlightened Listening," and a popular, long-time music commentator for NPR’s Morning Edition.

After Trio Sefardi, the series will continue with:

November 18* — Mallets Towards None, NMF Percussion Mentor Michelle Humphreys and the Towson University Percussion Ensemble

January 13* — Kassia Music Collective! string quartet (including NMF Violin Mentor Elizabeth Adams) plus clarinet

February 17* — Miles Hoffman, viola, American Chamber Players

March 24*  — Karen Slack, soprano, international opera singer

April 28 — Gwen Krosnick, cello, Oberlin, NMF Cello Mentor

* = Fireside Concert (there will be a fire in the fireplace and refreshments at intermission!)

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