New England Philharmonic Chamber Players: The Power of Pattern

Saturday, October 20

7:00 p.m. Exhibition Related Programs Music and Performance

Peggy Norton (1905–2000), Deciduous, 1957. Ink on cotton. From the Folly Cove Designers Collection, Cape Ann Museum.

Peggy Norton (1905–2000), Deciduous, 1957. Ink on cotton. From the Folly Cove Designers Collection, Cape Ann Museum.
 

The New England Philharmonic Chamber Players present a concert celebrating the Cape Ann Museum's Folly Cove Designers Collection. Arranged by Danielle Maddon, Leader, NEP Chamber Players. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibition The Little House: Her Story. Reception to follow.

Space is limited, reservations required. $25 for Museum members / $40 non members. Reserve online at Eventbrite. For more information please call (978) 283-0455 or email info@capeannmuseum.org.

A special interest of the New England Philharmonic Chamber Players is to explore the interactions between forms of art — visual, musical and theatrical. To bring that to life, Danielle Maddon, founder and leader of the New England Philharmonic Chamber Players, has created a unique musical program, inspired by the Folly Cove Designers’ patterns. In this concert, specific designs will be juxtaposed with music by composers from Mozart to Beethoven, Schubert to Mendelssohn, and Ravel to Bartok, all great composers of the 18th to the 20th centuries who, over that long period, used the same organizing schemes as the designs being viewed.

 

Members of the NEP Principals String Quartet

Danielle Maddon, Violin, Concertmaster of the New England Philharmonic and founder and leader of the New England Philharmonic Chamber Players

John Lyneis, Principal Second Violin

Jamie Doyle, Principal Violist

Jason Coleman, Principal Cello

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