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Coffee Break Concert Series

2016 - 2017 Season

Sponsored by the Village at Duxbury

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FREE concerts are held at South Shore Conservatory's Duxbury campus, 64 St. George Street.
For more information, call Beth 781-749-7565 x20. For information about accessibility and accommodations, please visit our Know Before You Go page.

Concerts


February 28, 11 am
Flying Fingers: Piano Four Hands

Piano department chair Jon Roberts showcases the work of piano four hands with Elysses Kuan, as they perform the classical greats – Schubert, Brahms and Dvorak heard like never before!

Contact Anne Smith at 718-934-2731 x21 to reserve your space.


March 28, 11 am
Stardust Duo

Performing everything from classical to jazz, Dr.'s Amanda and Jonathan Roberts bring their piano and violin duo to the Coffee Break series – inspired by the works of Hoagy Carmichael, this diverse duo puts their own virtuosic spin on well know selections.


April 25, 11 am
Headin' Home

Dan and Christine Hedden, father/daughter guitar and fiddle duo brings fiddling music to new heights, playing Celtic and American folk music as only they can.


 

Past Concerts

September 27, 11 am
Music from the Movies

Join pianist Sarah Troxler, soprano Holly Marshall and violinist Amanda Roberts as they perform music from our favorite classic movies. Included are selections from The Wizard of Oz, Fiddler on the Roof, The Civil War and The Sound of Music.

 


Anthony Geraci October 25, 11 am
Blue Tuesday Morning

SSC JRP and Blues legend Anthony Geraci joins forces with Ed Sorrentino on drums and Chris Rathbun on bass as they perform jazz and Blues greats, with tales from the road woven in!