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Cape Community Orchestra Spring Concerts

Cape Community Orchestra Spring Concerts

The Cape Community Orchestra, under the direction of John P. Hagon, presented the first of two concerts yesterday, May 4, at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Orleans. The second concert in the series is Friday, May 9, at 7:30 PM at the Northside United Methodist Church on Airline Road at the Brewster/Dennis town … Continue reading

Resilience and Hope

Resilience and Hope

I  was not ready for today’s Healing Our City prayer service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. I was not ready to be resilient. I a little more time wailing, keening, and weeping over the tragic deaths of two young women and a boy and the many devastating injuries caused by the bombings … Continue reading

Chappaquoit Cellists

Chappaquoit Cellists

Almost a year ago, on January 28, 2012, the Chappaquoit Cellists performed at the Woods Hole Library, all students of Nikki Patton of West Falmouth. Two quartets performed: the Chappy Cellists (four middle school students) and the Chappaquoit Cello Quartet (four high school students). I videotaped the concert, but it took me a long time … Continue reading

Mastersingers by the Sea Pre-Concert Talk

Mastersingers by the Sea Pre-Concert Talk

Mastersingers by the Sea presents its fall concert, “Festivo! Music of Celebration” on Saturday, November 3, at 7:30 PM and Sunday, November 4, at 3 PM, at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 91 Main Street, in Falmouth. Directed by Dr. David MacKenzie, Mastersingers is a chamber chorus accompanied by instrumentalists from the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra, … Continue reading

Pianist Donna Kwong

Pianist Donna Kwong

Bonnie Simon, Stephen Simon, and Donna Kwong, at Falmouth Academy after Saturday evening’s performance. Pianist Donna Kwong was the guest soloist with the Simon Sinfonietta at Falmouth Academy for their season-opening performance on Saturday, September 15. She played Camille Saint-Saens’ Piano Concerto No. 2 in g minor. It was a magnificent–more on that later. Prior … Continue reading