Sherman Chamber Ensemble
The Christmas season is a time for tradition, when holiday expression is determined by classic rituals. But that does not mean that those classic conventions and the music that accompanies them cannot be given a twist, an updated air that makes them seem fresh and new while still preserving their essence.
Such will be the case Sunday, November 27th, at 4PM, when the Sherman Chamber Ensemble presents its annual program, Jazzing Up the Classics, at St. Andrew's Church, 1 North Main Street, Kent. The program will be presented in collaboration with the church’s Music in the Nave series.
Eminent pianist Ted Rosenthal will be joined by Susan Rotholz, flute; Thomson Kneeland, bass; Chris Parker, drums; Paul Meyers, guitar, and artistic director Eliot Bailen, cello.
Tickets are $30 per person. Children aged fifteen and younger are admitted free when accompanied by an adult purchasing a ticket. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling 860-355-5930 or click on the link below.
Proceeds benefit children’s educational programs.
Sherman Chamber Ensemble was founded in 1983 with the mission of bringing world-class live classical music to Western Connecticut and nearby New York State. SCE offers performances of great chamber works, both old and new.