Welcome to our 20th anniversary season!
Performances this year are offered free of charge. Your generous donations would be extremely helpful and are always much appreciated. Please visit Donate page for details.
Saturday, August 7, 2 pm to 7 pm
FIFTH ANNUAL CLASSICAL MUSIC CELEBRATION
1:30 pm: Official opening in front of the Milford Community House, corner Broad and Harford streets.
2:00 pm: Ann Street Park Gazebo, corner of W. Catharine and 5th streets
Mountain Winds Woodwind Quintet
This active chamber ensemble will perform music by Beethoven, Ewazen, Rota, and Reicha. Its members include Donna Predmore, flute; Molly Malone, oboe; Marta Oberlin, clarinet; Jenny Galunic, horn; Travis Williams, bassoon.
3:00 pm: Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 110 W.Catharine Street
Organ and Harpsichord Recital by Jane MacAlla Livingston
An expert musician and a scholar, Ms. Livingston will perform half of her selection on each of two instruments. She calls this program “gems from musical geniuses” because it features music of Bach, Purcell, Couperin, Charpentier, Liszt, and Brahms. This presentation will be indoors. Masking and separation is advised.
4:00 pm: Dimmick Inn on the corner of Broad and Harford streets
All-American: Brass Quintessence
The much-in-demand brass quintet from Orange County, NY, returns with an array of American compositions by the likes of Ives, Gershwin, Bernstein, and Copland. The players are Stephen Austin, Keith Riddick, Craig Fryer, Sam Shackleton and Pam Dunleavy.
5:00 pm: Ambience Furniture and Fine Gifts, 200 E.Harford Street
Duets for Strings: Yuris Gute and Palak Oza
Latvian-born Yuris Gute, the principal violist of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra (also an expert violinmaker!) and up-and-coming Palak Oza will perform duos by Handel, Telemann, Valensin, and Pleyel.
6:00 pm: Delmonico Cottage Green, 110 E.Catharine Street
Marimba Magic: Greg Giannascoli
A Yamaha artist and winner of numerous competitions and awards, NJ-based Greg Giannascoli has appeared as a soloist with orchestras and in recitals across this country and abroad. Pianist Ron Stabinsky will be an accompanist. The program includes works by Bach, Popper, Kreisler, Rimsky-Korsakov, Gershwin, and Bernstein.
Subject to change. Please revisit this page closer to the event.
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KSAP is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers. Please consider helping our effort by making a tax-deductible donation. For a complete list of donors and levels of support (including special offers for businesses) visit our Donate page. If you want also to donate your time and effort, please give us a call, send an email or a letter to
Kindred Spirits Arts Programs, Inc.
Milford, PA 18337
Watch selected video clips from our past seasons!
Classical Music Celebration last year
KSAP is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.