Good Shepherd Kicks Off Evening Concerts

From our friend Ed Jaworski, president of the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Assocation:

The free, Sunday evening, fall concert series that Good Shepherd Church has been presenting for 15 years is underway.  It is perhaps the major classical music program in the southern half of Brooklyn.  Its reputation has spread so that attendees come from other parts of the borough, and it attracts some of the City’s finest young musicians.
Michael Fontana, Good Shepherd’s Director of Music and the producer of the chamber music recitals, said:  “This series is important in serving as a major benefit to cultural life at this end of Brooklyn, since it means people don’t have to travel far or pay a high price to enjoy high quality music in a beautiful setting.”
Good Shepherd is located on Avenue S between Brown and Batchelder Streets in the Marine Park area; parking is available on surrounding residential streets; restaurants are nearby.  For additional information, phone 718-998-2800.

Following is the schedule:

Music from Good Shepherd
15th annual season – Fall 2010
Sunday Evening Recital Series

Good Shepherd Church, Ave. S between Brown & Batchelder Sts.,
Marine Park, Brooklyn, NY 11229
Music Director: Michael Fontana, 718-998-2800, MForgan@aol.com

(All recitals begin at 6:00 p.m., are free and open to the public;
voluntary donations for performers encouraged.)

October 10
The Zinkali Trio, flute, French horn, piano

October 17
Thomas Piercy, clarinet

October 24
Roger Verdi, trombone

October 31
Akiko Kobayashi, violin

November 7
8 Strings and a Whistle, violin, cello, flute

November 14
Daniel Lippel, classical guitar

November 21
Threeds, 2 oboes, English horn

November 28
Joseph Brent, mandolin

December 5
Duo Cantabile, soprano and guitar

December 12
George Frideric Handel’s
“Messiah” (Part 1)
Good Shepherd Chancel Choir,
soloists and orchestra,
Michael Fontana, Director

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