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ALIVEmusica, a collaboration among leading Hudson Valley chamber music presenters, welcomes Tessa Lark and Michael Thurber streaming from the Howland Cultural Center for a concert of works for violin and bass.

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   Howland Chamber Music Circle
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This concert is a co-presentation by
   The Howland Chamber Music Circle
   The Chapel Restoration
   Newburgh Chamber Music
   Pawling Concert Series
   Classical WMHT media sponsor

“With exhilarating teamwork, humor and educational instincts, the two musicians charmed an eager crowd in their first appearance at The Mostly Mozart Festival...” Strad Magazine

Artist Website: Lark Thurber Duo


 Program is subject to change

Wooden Soldier Lark-Thurber
Invention in C Major
Tumble Time
J. S. Bach
Inventions in C minor - D minor - F major J. S. Bach
Cedar and Sage Lark-Thurber
Invention in B minor
Weather Vane
Invention in G major
J. S. Bach
J. S. Bach
Appalachian Fantasy (violin solo) Tessa Lark
Blackbird (Thurber only: bass and vox) Lennon-McCartney (arr. Thurber)
Tom and Nancied Lark-Thurber
Until We Meet Again Lark-Thurber

 Program Notes 


 About the Artists