Please Join the Musica Viva Kentlands Chamber Orchestra on November 1 at 3:00 pm
Join Maestro Simeone Tartglione as he leads the Musica Viva Orchestra on Sunday, November 1 for an exclusive online concert presenting Vivaldi’s iconic work, The Four Seasons. The program, featuring violin soloist Alessandra Cuffaro, will take you on a musical journey through Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter from the comfort of your own home.
Make sure you have reserved your "seat" to this exciting event by using this link. Tickets are FREE and you need only reserve once per family.
Once you complete the ticket section, we will know you are plan to attend and we will send you a link via email for the online event.
Share with your friends and family, and watch this exciting live performance “together” - virtually!
If you enjoy these concerts and believe they add to the joie de vivre of the community, please consider making a donation, please consider making a donation to help support the costs of this online concert, and future live performances.
Musica Viva Kentlands: A Series of Outdoor Classical Music Concerts
The Kentlands Community Foundation is sponsoring an initiative by a group of dedicated volunteers to organize a series of classic music concert in Kentlands. The concerts are a community building success. The first concert this year will be held on June 20, 2020 on the Kentlands Village Green beginning at 6 pm. The second concert is scheduled for September 20.
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The First Concert
Despite the threat of rain, 300 to 400 people came to the first concert to enjoy an evening on the Mansion Lawn. Among the pieces played by the 15 piece string orchestra Paco DC under the baton of Maestro Simeone Tartaglione were Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings, Bach's Brandenburg's Concerto No. 3, and Vivaldi's "Summer" from Concerto No. 2. Alessandra Cuffaro, the well known violin soloist, brought the audience to their feet after her stunning performance of Franco Mannino's Presto from concerto per violino e orchestra No. 2, Opus 447. The evening ended with a rousing edition of "Fiddle Faddle" by Leroy Anderson complete with enthusiastic audience participation.