Pinkham, Mozart, Wanamaker, and more – both outdoor and indoor performances
Take a stroll through the gardens of San Anselmo’s First Presbyterian Church and immerse your soul once again in the sounds of live music.
The Echo Chamber Orchestra will present “A Musical Promenade,” its first live post-COVID performance, on Saturday, July 10, at 6 PM under the musical direction of Daniel Canosa.
The one-hour concert will feature musicians of the orchestra stationed around the church campus playing music for small ensembles, culminating indoors with three pieces for full orchestra.
“The Other Side,” a collaborative composition which explores the collective experiences of the past year, will receive its world premiere.
The orchestra will also perform Mozart’s “Haffner” Symphony and Andante in C, featuring Echo Co-Principal Flutist Carol Adee.
Current COVID-19 protocols will be observed. Check the orchestra website for updates.
Most of the outdoor performances and the indoor performance are wheelchair-accessible, but one performance is in a lower courtyard with stairs as access. One can hear and partially see the courtyard performance from an upper level, however.
$20 (request purchase in advance)
Indoor event and some of outdoor performances are wheelchair accessible
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