The Amherst Chamber Music Series
Stone is co-founder and co-director of Tempesta di Mare Baroque Orchestra of Philadelphia. He will play a solo recital built around J.S. Bach’s Suite in G Minor, “Pièces de Luth pour Monsieur Schouster," BWV 995. Dr. Stone is also an instructor of lute, theorbo, and voice at Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. His reconstructions of baroque lute works have been published by A-R editions. He has recorded for Deutsche Grammofon, Polygram, Lyrichord and others.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
St. Mark's is a small but beautiful "farm church" sanctuary dating from the 19th Century. “When we sponsored performances of the Heinrich Biber Mystery Sonatas with St. Mark’s . . , we were reminded how glorious the sound can be there for chamber ensembles” said Lynn Kable, AGAR’s President.
Meet the Artists:
The Women of St. Mark’s Church will host a supper and reception for audience members to meet the artists after the concert. The dinner will be held in the parish hall of the church; a voluntary donation will be collected for Amherst Cares, a program for food-insecure children.
For information about concerts and supper reservations please call the Amherst Glebe Arts Response office at 434-989-3215 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTIONS to St. Mark's:
North of the Town of Amherst on Route 29 to Route 151/Patrick Henry Highway, turn onto Patrick Henry, Proceed to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, about 1-3/4 miles ahead on your right. (If coming from the West, the Church will be on your left, about 1-3.4 miles before you reach Route 29.) | Map
Produced by Amherst Glebe Arts Response, Inc. (AGAR) PO Box 117, Clifford VA 24533
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