January 4, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
337 Essex St
Salem, MA 01970
$20 members; $25 non-members; $12 students w/ID
If Music Could Talk
Join the Brookline Consort for an evening of carols at the Salem Athenaeum. This program, part of our popular new series “If Music Could Talk,” includes Benjamin Britten’s beloved “Ceremony of Carols” for harp and voices as well as music by Francis Poulenc and Alfred Burt. There will be a short carol sing-along at the end, and as always with this series, some performer-audience dialogue.
Founded in 2016, The Brookline Consort is an 8-16 vocal chamber choir of music professionals in and around the Brookline area dedicated to the performance of fine choral music in a chamber setting. The Brookline Consort is comprised of professional musicians that are committed to telling stories through diverse, thoughtful programming performed at the highest level. Through the curation of engaging musical experiences, they create spaces for conversation between artists and audiences and through the collaborative nature of choral music, listeners become creative partners in building community in Brookline and beyond.