Chapel Hails Holiday Season with Music of the Baroque on Nov. 17

Christine Antenbring

Christine Antenbring

The final concert of the Chapel’s 2013 music series will showcase five distinguished musicians performing music from the early Italian baroque to its full flowering in Germany a century and a half later. Violinist, Rachel Evans; violinist, Amy Kauffman; cellist, Benjamin Wolff; harpsichordist, Dongsok Shin; and mezzo soprano, Christine Antenbring, will perform glorious music from the era in compositions by Cima, Correlli, Vivaldi and J. S. Bach on Nov. 17. The 4 p.m. concert at the historic Chapel Restoration on the banks of the Hudson River in Cold Spring is free and open to all.

Mezzo Soprano Antenbring was born in Winnipeg, Canada, and pursued vocal studies at Indiana University with renowned Romanian soprano Virginia Zeani. The winner of numerous vocal competitions, she has performed to critical acclaim in Canada, the United States and Europe.

The Chapel Restoration is located at 45 Market St., Cold Spring. Contributions from the public are welcome. Visit chapelrestoration.org.


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