News Feature

Stonington
Originally published in Compass, June 5, 2014
Opera House Arts offers ‘Chamber at the Church’

Opera House Arts holds ‘Chamber at the Church’

Opera House Arts of Stonington, Maine, will present virtuosic pianist Dr. Anastasia Antonacos, a member of the University of Southern Maine’s School of Music faculty, on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 7 p.m. in a violin and piano recital with Richard Hsu as part of “Chamber at the Church,” a classical music subscription series curated by OHA at the Burnt Cove Community Church.

Photo courtesy of Opera House Arts

Opera House Arts will launch Stonington’s own chamber music series, “Chamber at the Church” Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. at its Burnt Cove Church facility beginning Tuesday, June 10.

OHA has booked an eclectic group of musicians and programs for this seven-evening series, according to a news release from OHA. The program opens June 10 with Summertime: A Violin and Piano Recital featuring pianist Dr. Anastasia Antonacos and violinist Richard Hsu in an enchanting program of summer classical favorites.

The series also includes: June 24, the DaPonte String Quartet; July 15, Yosvany Terry’s Bohemian Trio from New York City; July 29, The Cello Monologue Project with Vasily Popov of Washington, D.C.; August 12, Trio Nuevo featuring Leah Zelnick; August 26, The Baroque Orchestra of Maine (BOOM); and September 23, 238 Strings.

To purchase tickets online, or for further information, visit operahousearts.org. Tickets for events at the Burnt Cove Church may also be purchased at the Opera House box office or picked up at the door of the church at the time of the show. The Burnt Cove Church is located at 17 Airport Road in Stonington, just off of Route 15A behind Burnt Cove Market.