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Crescent City Chamber Music Festival RECITAL AT RAYNE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH TIME: 3 PM (PRE-CONCERT TALK AT 2:30 PM) PRICE: FREE LOCATION: Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church 3900 St Charles Ave New Orleans, LA 70115 DETAILS:Join us in the gorgeous, historic Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church sanctuary for a one-hour concert of music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Dvořák!Find out more »
A free concert presented in the sanctuary of the Rayne Memorial Methodist Church by musicians of the Manhattan Chamber Players featuring music of Ludwig van Beethoven, W.A. Mozart, Johannes Brahms, Igor Stravinsky, Vivian Fung, and JP Jofre.Find out more »
Donations for the Puerto Rico Relief Fund Gratefully Accepted! Free General Admission, No Tickets Necessary Sponsored by the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival. For more information on the Manhattan Chamber Players, please click here. For the event page, please click here. All Proceeds from this concert will go to the Puerto Rico Relief Fund Free General Admission, No Tickets Necessary Program: Béla Bartók (1881 – 1945) Romanian Dances, Sz. 56 (1915) Frank Bridge (1879 – 1941) Two Pieces for Viola and Piano (1908)…Find out more »
Senior recital featuring Loyola University student, Aiden Diedrich, piano.Find out more »
The Sacred Nine Project: Cora L, Imposter This will be a classical lecture recital of nineteeth century parlour songs, rally songs, minstrel songs, gospel songs, rescue mission songs, and hymns. Our Cora L is the most famous poet you've never heard of. Come hear beautiful music that is a vehicle our poet. At the same time, let's consider, in our world of "cancel culture," what legacy she has (or deserves to have). There was a woman, Cora L, A Christian…Find out more »