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Beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, & piano

November 7-8, 2020

We hope you can join us for this wonderful combination of instruments in a performance at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation!  There is nothing quite like the lyricism and poignancy of these woodwind instruments up close and personal.   Ron and Sandy performed with AmiciMusic last year and are beautiful players.  This program will feature Beethoven’s Opus 11 Trio (originally for clarinet, cello, and piano) along with Glinka’s passionate and virtuosic Trio Pathetique and a fun arrangement of Gabriel Faure’s Dolly Suite (originally for four-hand piano).   Please join us for a little post-election (we hope) calm and beauty!   We will have two possible viewings below!



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Saturday, Nov 07, 2020 @ 7:30pm

Home of Daniel and Kisha Weiser
208 Northway, Baltimore

Here is the YouTube link for this concert that will go live on Saturday, November 7 at 7:30pm—-https://youtu.be/pT9nes1J9es

We are still continuing to provide these Livestream concerts free of charge, but we do rely on your generous donations to allow us to keep performing our intimate and exciting chamber music programs during these difficult times.  If you can make any contribution before, during, or after the concert, we would be most grateful and appreciative.  We cannot wait until we can go back to in-person concerts, but think it may be several more months.  To make a donation, please visit and click on the yellow “Donate” button:  https://amicimusic.org/about/

THANK YOU for your continued support!

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Sunday, Nov 08, 2020 @ 4:00pm

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 212108

Please join us for this “Music and Meaning” Livestream concert with AmiciMusic on Sunday, November 8 at 4:00pm available on the BHC Livestream page at:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8.
 The “Music and Meaning” series is aimed at bringing great chamber music into Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.   This series is generously supported by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust