World Class Music Close to Home

Since 1982, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble has inspired audiences with creative programming and brilliant performances with a year-round schedule of performances in a variety of venues in Connecticut and New York.

Guided by our mission to bring world class musicians to our communities to perform a diverse range of music with an approach that is intimate and inclusive, we offer Baroque programs, jazz-inspired concerts, classical, children's and family concerts.

Whatever your taste in music, join us for something special throughout the year!
Summer Masterpiece Series
The Heart and Soul of Beethoven, Op. 132
Friday, August 10, 8 pm
St. Andrews Church, North Main Street, Kent, CT

Saturday, August 11, 8 pm
Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse, Leech Hollow Road, Sherman, CT.

Susan Rotholz (flute), Jill Levy (violin), Doori Na (violin), Michael Roth (viola) and Eliot Bailen (cello)

Program:
Eyeglass duo for viola and cello, Ludwig van Beethoven
East Wind – flute solo, Shulamit Ran
Quartet arr. For flute and strings, Op. 77, No. 1 Franz Joseph Haydn
String Quartet, Op. 132, Ludwig van Beethoven

Meet and Greet Reception to follow.

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An Inside Look at Beethoven’s String Quartet, Op. 132

Saturday, August 11, 2 pm
The Sherman Library, Sherman Center, Sherman, CT

The String Quartet, Op. 132 stands out as one of Beethoven’s deepestand most complex compositions. Join us for a special discussion and open rehearsal and gain a richer understanding that will enhance your enjoyment of this piece.

Free Admission.

Sponsored by the Sherman Library and the Sherman Chamber Ensemble’s Kemp Mandeville Education Fund.


























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