If you’ve been attending the Stonington Farmers Market every Friday from 10AM to Noon you already know you can find out about the summer’s Opera House events there in addition to stocking your pantry with yummy local food.
Opera House Arts kicks off its fourth summer of the “Chamber of Church” series with a concert at the Burnt Cove Church featuring Max Treitler and Paul Sullivan on Tuesday, June 16 at 7 pm. Photos courtesy of Opera House Arts.
This year’s Chamber at the Church series is expanded to nine Tuesday evening concerts and includes an eclectic array of musicians and programs. In addition to Treitler and Sullivan, the series includes: Matt Dane and Anastasia Antonacos, June 30; The DaPonte String Quartet plus guest artists in a new Midsummer Night Sextet, July 14,; pianist Ralitza Patcheva in “A Room with a Symphony,” July 21; Carolyn Surrick’s Between War and Here, July 28; Vasily Popov, cello, and Eric Ulreich, electric guitar, August 11; The Woo Downeast with Heidi Powell, August 18; Anastasia Antonacos Trio, August 25; and French Horn Alive with Peter Atkinson September 8,
Subscriptions to the full series, a $194 value, are available online at http://www.operahousearts.org/opera-house-arts/get-your-chamber-in-the-church-subscription-here/ for only $165. Subscribers receive discounts, guaranteed seating, and the chance to meet some of the artists. Those looking for a more flexible series can choose an abbreviated subscription of four out of the nine concerts for $75.