Sunday December 3 at 3 and 7pm at the First United Methodist Church in Chelsea. I urge you to stay home so I can get a good seat--- this holiday concert is always packed, and for good reason. Go shopping, take a nap, spend the afternoon on Facebook, don't show up to the best holiday tradition money can't buy. We did the poster, BTW.
If you've never heard the music of Philip Glass played live, here's your chance. Leave it to the Chelsea Chamber Players to perform his work along with pieces by Haydn and Schumann. Sunday September 24, 7pm at the Chelsea Depot. What's that? Not into classical music you say? Life's too short to binge watch violent sex and sexualized violence. Take a break from your devices and listen to some real pros play theirs. P.S., we designed the poster.
The Chelsea Chamber Players are a string quartet that play classical music. Beautifully. You would be hard-pressed to find a more talented bunch performing for free. Their quarterly concerts are presented in the quaint, yet surprisingly resonant Chelsea Depot. If you have never had the chance to sit a few feet from world-class musicians as they ply their trade, here's your opportunity. This poster serves as an announcement for their 7pm show on Sunday, September 28.