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Music at the Farm, July 8th
July 8 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$20
Grace Note Farm Inn and the Burrillville Land Trust continue this year’s concert series, Music at the Farm, July 8th, at 2:00 P.M. Virginia Sindelar, flute, and Peter Clemente, guitar, will be preforming a program, “Folk Meets the Classics” including Robert Beaser Mountain Songs, Astor Piazzolla Histoire D’Tango, DeFalla Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas, and more.
Both artists, based in New England, who have recorded and concertized internationally, will be live at the historic 1700’s Grace Note Farm Inn in Pascoag, RI for Music at the Farm, July 8th.
A native of New England, award winning guitarist Peter Clemente is a frequent recitalist and committed music educator. An eclectic musician with influences from both classical and improvisatory traditions, his playing has been described as “sumptuous classical guitar” (Camden Herald), and “haunting expressiveness” (Worcester Telegram and Gazette).
Virginia Sindelar made her solo debut at the age of twelve with the Chicago Symphony String Ensemble. A pupil of Julius Baker at the Juilliard School, she earned both BA and MS degrees, and was presented the Three Arts Award in recognition of her outstanding performance. A Fromm Fellow at Tanglewood for three summers, she also taught in the Boston University Tanglewood Institute and appeared as soloist with the Berkshire Festival Orchestra under the direction of Gunter Schuller. Ms. Sindelar has toured both North and South America presenting concerts and master classes and performed at the Seoul Arts Center as guest of the Korean government. As founder and Artistic Director of the Scarborough Chamber Players, she commissioned new works, presented classical, historic, and multi-cultural series, received National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Lottery funding to bring multicultural programs to the public schools of Massachusetts and served as consultant to other organizations interested in promoting and presenting the arts. She has produced and hosted numerous performing arts programs for cable television and coordinated both Quincy’s first First Night (1993) and the Randolph Peace Committee 1994 Peace Begins with Me celebration in Massachusetts. Ms. Sindelar has recorded works by Mauro Giuliani and Music of the Romantic Era for flute and guitar on the Centaur and Titanic labels. Since 1996 Ms. Sindelar has made her home in Pascoag, Rhode island where she taught for many years and built her horse farm and historic inn business.