​​​​2022 Season


We are thrilled to be back after a two-year Covid-induced hiatus. For the safety of our audience and performers:


  1. Everyone attending our concerts will be required to present
    proof of vaccination against Covid-19

​August 1: Arcadia Viols will present a program of Renaissance and Baroque European and contemporary American music for viol consort and lute. The program includes selections from John Dowland’s Lachrimae, or Seaven Teares; the solo lute version of the first piece of the collection, the famous Flow my teares; a fantasy on the Lachrimae composed for Arcadia Viols by Will Ayton; Larry Wallach’s Restless Hexachords for five viols; a suite of German dances; Johann Jakob Froberger’s fantasia on the hexachord; and Samuel Scheidt’s Canzona Bergamasca.


August 8: Cellist Edward Arron andpianist Jeewon Park will perform Mendelssohn‘s Variations Concertantes, op. 17; De Falla‘s Suite Popular Española; Schubert‘s Sonata in A minor, D. 821, “Arpeggione”; Debussy’s Sonata for cello and piano; Granados‘s Two Tonadillas; and Chopin‘s Introduction and Polonaise Brillante, Op. 3

August 15: The Borromeo String Quartet will return for its fourth appearance on our series with Haydn’s Quartet in F Major, op.77/2; Eleanor Alberga’s String Quartet No. 2 (1994); and Beethoven’s Quartet No.14 in C-sharp minor. Op. 131. 

August 22: World-renowned bassist and Plainfield resident Avery Sharpe will present his composition 400: An African American Musical Portrait, with an ensemble of singers and instrumentalists.