A Morning of Chamber Music on the Lawn
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Garrison, NY – September 2021) – Boscobel House and Gardens proudly partners with the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach (CMSPB) to present A Morning of Chamber Music outdoors on Boscobel’s Great Lawn, Sunday, September 19 at 11:00am.
Guests will enjoy Boscobel’s unparalleled views of the Hudson River and the mountains beyond while experiencing some of the world’s most beautiful music and acclaimed artists.
The performance features the talents of:
Arnaud Sussmann, Violin
Benjamin Beilman, Violin
Paul Neubauer, Viola
Nicholas Canellakis, Cello
The program consists of:
Ludwig van Beethoven | String Quartet in F Major, Op. 18 No. 1
Giacomo Puccini | Crisantemi for String Quartet (1890)
Antonín Dvořák | String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96 “American”
“Boscobel is expanding and experimenting. We’re so pleased to be able to present an ever-wider range of arts and experiences with such skillful partners,” says Executive Director Jennifer Carlquist. “This performance follows a pilot concert on the eighteenth for music patrons as Boscobel hopes to gain support for a future series.”
Tickets are available at Boscobel.org and cost $45 for adults and $24 for children ages 5-18. Admission for children under age five is free. Boscobel members receive a 20% discount, applied upon sign-in when purchasing tickets online. Gates open for attendees at 10:30am.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs/blankets, and are asked to space themselves at a social distance and/or wear a mask when in proximity to those outside their group.
Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, 60 miles north of New York City, Boscobel is one of America’s most beautiful places, with 68 acres of stunning grounds, iconic Hudson River views, a woodland trail, and pollinator-friendly gardens. Open Fridays – Mondays from April through December and by appointment, Boscobel offers gardens and grounds admission, guided outdoor tours, and lively open-air programs that explore history, design, and nature. Children are always welcome.
The Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach produces performances and educational programs of the highest artistic merit to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of chamber music and to enhance the cultural life of Palm Beach. Founded in 2012 by Vicki Kellogg and led by Artistic Director Arnaud Sussmann, they reach new audiences through numerous community outreach programs and throughout the year with national broadcasts on American Public Media.
This project is made possible, in part, through the Putnam Arts Council Arts Link Grant Program with public funds provided through the NY State Council on the Arts with support from the Office of the Governor and the NY State Legislature.