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The Music Project~ “Masterpieces at the Meetinghouse” Chamber Music Series

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June 12, 2022
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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South Harwich Meetinghouse
270 Chatham Rd, Harwich, MA 02645
Harwich, MA 02645 United States
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Friends of the South Harwich Meetinghouse are thrilled once again to present The MUSIC PROJECT as they return on Sunday afternoon, June 12th at 3:00 pm for our 6th “Masterpieces at the Meetinghouse” presentation featuring:

Yevgenia Strenger, violin ~ Sander Strenger, viola ~ Dan Berlinghoff, piano ~ with Steve Hartman, clarinet.

THE MUSIC PROJECT will present a program of trios, selected for violin, viola, clarinet and piano. In addition to Mozart’s great Trio for Clarinet, viola, and piano, plans include works by Bach, Milhaud, and Schumann.

“What a delight! Combinations that keep everyone’s interest peaked” WQXR


Tickets are $25 available through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/masterpieces-at-the-meetinghouse-the-music-project-tickets-228671652067, and also at the Door.

About the Artists…
Dan Berlinghoff, piano ~ A late starter at 12, the Buffalo-born pianist earned B.M and M.M. Degrees at The Juilliard School working with Beveridge Webster, studying accompanying with Samuel Sanders, chamber music with Lillian Fuchs. Twice soloist with the Buffalo Symphonia, Dan co-founded The Music Project, playing over 100 New York subscription concerts, plus radio broadcasts, festivals and tours. Musical theatre credits on and off Broadway, include national and European tours, and 700 performances of The Pirates of Penzance as conductor or pianist (also film). Post-graduate studies with Artur Balsam at Manhattan School, where Dan was a chamber music instructor. He served as Executive Director of the Artur Balsam Foundation for Chamber Music from 1994 to 2005.

Yevgenia Strenger, violin~ Making her debut at 13 with the Lviv Symphony Orchestra in her native Ukraine, Yevgenia studied at the Moscow Conservatory, performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, and toured the former USSR as a member of the Kalinin String Quartet. After coming to America, she joined the New York City Opera, becoming Concertmaster in 2001. Her contributions to the Live From Lincoln Center performance of “Madama Butterfly” was honored by Emmy Awards. She is also a member of the New York City Ballet, and a frequent player with the New York Philharmonic for many years, including numerous tours, performing worldwide in every major concert hall. She has worked with a wide range of artists, from classical to popular to avante-garde, in concerts, on TV, radio and in motion pictures.

Sander Strenger, viola ~ One of the rare breed of left-handed players, Sander moves comfortably between violin and viola. A native New Yorker, he has been a soloist with the Bronx Symphony, West Side Symphony, Broadway, Bach Ensemble and Missouri Symphony Society and a member of the Lydian and Esterhazy Quartets, Berkshire Chamber Players, Euterpe Ensemble, and The Music Project. Former assistant professor of music at University of Missouri, he has been Assistant Concertmaster of American Ballet Theater and Opera Orchestra of New York. A graduate of Manhattan School of Music, he studied violin with Ariana Bronne and Raphael Bronstein, chamber music with Lillian Fuchs and Artur Balsam

Join us in welcoming this distinguished ensemble performing works in the warmth and intimacy of the Cape’s ideal chamber music venue. Come experience outstanding chamber music within our beautifully restored 1836 South Harwich Meetinghouse, proud recipient of the 2019 Massachusetts Historic Commission Preservation Award. The South Harwich Meetinghouse recreates the perfect setting with historic lighting, unparalleled acoustics and candlelit ambience.


The South Harwich Meetinghouse is located at 270 Chatham Rd, Harwich, MA 02645.
For further information and concert details, please visit: southharwichmeetinghouse.com or call (508) 364-5223 and follow us on Facebook.

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