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Join us for Benefit Concert in the historic Cichanowicz Farmhouse. Live music will be preformed in this small, intimate setting by seasoned singers and musicians Sarah Brownawell, Terry Keevil, and Paolo Bartolani.
Sarah Brownawell will sing M. Ravel, popular Greek Melodies for voice and piano. Terry Keevil will perform a piece by R. Faith for Oboe and piano. Paolo Bartolani will perform J. S. Bach, D. Cimarosa, and F. Schubert as a soloist in addition to collaborating with Sarah and Terry.
Doors open at 2PM, Concert begins at 3PM
Advanced Registration is Required. Tickets may be purchased in advanced by calling Hallockville Museum Farm at 631.298.5292 or online below. Seating is limited.
Sarah Brownawell is a mezzo-soprano that has been featured in operatic roles ranging from baroque to contemporary. She is a second-year Master’s degree candidate at Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Ashley Putnam. She is currently studying at the Manhattan Music School in New York as an opera singer.
Terry Keevil, oboe, has performed with the Bach Aria Group, Lazar Gosman’s Tchaikovsky Orchestra, and the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Sacred Music. He is currently a member of North Shore Pro Musica, and the Phoenix Trio. Teery has free lanced in the New York metropolitan area and in Boston, including performances of operas, Bach cantatas, symphonies and chamber music works. For more information, visit his website, www.terrykeevil.com
Paolo Bartolani, pianist, Artistic Director of Rites of Spring Music Festival. Paolo is a pianist, musicologist, and music manager working in both classical and contemporary music. He founded the Rites of Spring Music Fest in 2016 to promote classical and contemporary music on the North Fork of Long Island, and to combine music, history, and the natural environment. For more information, visit www.ritesmusic.org