Westfield Athenaeum and MOSSO Present HARMONIA V Next Month

The performance is on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 7:00PM.

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The Westfield Athenaeum and MOSSO (Musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra) will present the third of a three-concert chamber music series, with Harmonia V performing on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 7:00PM. This is the second year of MOSSO's partnership with the Westfield Athenaeum. Guy McLain, Executive Director of the Westfield Athenaeum, will offer a pre-performance talk at 6PM, which is free to ticket holders.

The Connecticut-based Harmonia V, an innovative woodwind quintet, performs the best standard literature, seldom heard treasures, and the most dynamic contemporary music available today. Members of the quintet are: Springfield Symphony Orchestra and MOSSO horn player Robert Hoyle; Jennifer Berman, flute; Janet Rosen, oboe; Jim Forgey, clarinet; and Jackie Sifford Joyner, bassoon. The Harmonia V program, April in Paris, includes music by Fauré, Ravel, and Debussy. For information on Harmonia V: http://www.harmoniav.com/

Tickets for the concert, $25.00/person, must be purchased in advance at the Westfield Athenaeum during business hours, or online atClick Here


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