@ 4pm
followed by Festive Reception with bubbly and hors d'oeuvres
THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOISTS will perform Bach, Telemann, Handel, Quantz, and Vivaldi in the Historic Meeting House at the Green, 6 Kirby Road, Washington, CT.
Facilities are handicapped accessible (elevator on right side of main entrance)

**** Tickets will be held for you at the door ****
TICKETS: In Advance $30
At the Door $35 -- Students $15 -- Children free
Tickets also available at The Hickory Stick Bookshop, Washington Depot
To make your year-end contribution to WFM:
Supporter $50, Friend $100, Donor $250
HOST level with special recognition: Sponsor $500, Patron $1,000
Your tax deductible gift to WFM is greatly appreciated!

Concert # 4 all photos by Carl Weese

Thank you Carl for all your help! Some of his other work can be seen here 

Derek Ratzenboeck, violin, Armanda Hardy, oboe, first time in Washington Miho Weber, cello, Ben Woodward, keyboards, and Douglas Myers, trumpet and founder/Artistic Director of THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOISTS

BRAVO -- THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOISTS  -- a wonderful experience in Washington, CT !



Celebrate the conclusion of the concert festival with The New Baroque Soloists at the famous Hollister House Garden and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and wine at the WFM Benefit Party!

Come to the final performance of the summer season on Friday, Aug. 12 at 5:30pm - then party with the musicians in a magical setting on a summer evening.

The WFM Summer Concert Festival enjoyed record attendances and special guests. With your support we were able to invite Suzanne Bona, popular radio show host of “Sunday Baroque” and renowned Violin Soloist Elmar Oliveira. Please continue supporting WFM – we would love to continue bringing you outstanding concerts and performances.

Concert tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door, $20 for first-time guests, $10 for students; children are admitted free. 

For the Hollister House Benefit Party a $50 donation per person is requested. 

For information and purchasing tickets to the concert and the party see above.

Tickets are also available at the Hickory Stick Bookshop in Washington Depot. 

See you at the concert and - let's party.

Concert #3 --- all photos by Carl Weese

Vincent Lionti (viola), Ben Woodward (keyboards), Song-A Cho (violin), Samuel Magill (cello), Jacquelyn Barlett (harp), and Douglas Myers, trumpet/horn, Artistic Director and founder of The New Baroque Soloists.

Tribute to the late Metta Wolfram, dear friend and Board Member, by WFM Co-Vice President Sari Max-Fiss.

Vincent explains the history of viola de gamba.

Bach's Sonata in D Major for Viola de gamba, Violin, Harp, and Cello BWV 1028; Arrangements by Douglas Myers and Continuo Realization by Ben Woodward.

If you look closely, you may see the pedals on the bottom of the harp. The pedal or concert harp is a technologically advanced instrument, particularly distinguished by its use of "pedals", foot controlled devices which can alter the pitch of given strings, making the instrument fully chromatic and thus able to play a wide body of classical repertoire.

Another fantastic soloist performance by cellist Samuel Magill, here with Ben on the piano performing Haydn's Sonata in C Major Hob. 6, Nr. 6 .

Bravo - Bravo - Bravo - we can't wait to be there again next Friday for the final concert.

Program for Concert #3

photos of second concert

do be determined

Photos from the Library talk with Suzanne Bona of SUNDAY BAROQUE --- all by Carl Weese http://www.carlweese.com

Charles Raskob Robinson, Board Member of WFM and avid listener of her radio show, with the Executive Producer and Host of SUNDAY BAROQUE 
Suzanne Bona.

Last minute instructions by Margaret Ferguson, Program Coordinator at the Gunn Library. The new sound system works beautifully.

And here we go: Charlie introduces the speaker of the day.

Who said, talking about classical music can't be fun?

The ambassador of Baroque Music, Suzanne Bona, reaches more than a quarter million listeners every week on more than 150 public radio stations and networks across the United States.

Many thanks to the staff and leadership at the Gunn Library, which gave us the opportunity for this beautiful event.