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Chamber musicians conclude summer series in Salisbury

SALISBURY — On Friday, Aug. 9, at 7:30 p.m., the 40th annual Salisbury Summer Performance Series (at the Salisbury Congregational Meetinghouse) will present a chamber concert by the faculty ensemble of the Point Counterpoint Music Camp under Music Director Randy Hiller. These talented young professionals staffing the camp’s late summer session hail from leading musical programs ranging from the Manhattan School of Music and the Boston Conservatory to London’s Guildhall. Their performance venues have included Tanglewood, Carnegie Recital Hall, Miami’s New World Symphony, the Barbican, Warsaw, Barcelona, and St. Petersburg. Their concert will include the Arensky Cello Quartet and Brahms’ C Major Trio.
This will be the final event in the Summer Performance Series at the historic and accessible 1838 meetinghouse in Salisbury Village. There is no admission charge; a free-will donation in support of the series will be appreciated. Any receipts in excess of the expenses for the series will be applied to the continuing restoration of the Salisbury landmark. Thanks for a great season.

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