Free Concert!

Free concert in Chatham!

In Celebration of Chatham’s 300th Anniversary, we’re presenting a free concert at First Congregational Church in Chatham, at 6pm on Wednesday, August 8, featuring Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School Select Chorus and pianists from the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Art.

Patrons who are also attending the Jupiter String Quartet at 7:30 are invited to come early for the free concert, and leave sweaters or programs on the seats to save places for the later concert.



Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School Select Chorus
Margaret Bossi, director
Art McManus, piano
Betsy Doriss, oboe
Mark Prall, percussion

Amazing Grace – American trad., arr. Francisco NunezThe Frog and the Mouse –  American folk, arr. Mary McAuliffe
Ave Maria – Giulio Caccini
Away from the Roll of the Sea – Canadian folk,  arr. Stuart Calvert
All the Pretty Little Horses – American folk, arr. Arthur Frackenpohl
Sansa kroma – Ghanaian folk, arr. Cristi Cary Miller



Laura Barabe

Christian Griffin
Camille LaJoie
Tess LeConey
Hanna MarchesseaultKaleigh Mason
Morgan Dexter
Gabby Gent
Rebecca LeDuc
Katerina Nowack
Emma Perry
Adeline Terry-Welsh
Lauren Berkley
Ella Hartley



Rachel Moberg
F. Chopin

Waltz in b minor , op. 69, no.2 

C. Debussy Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum (from the Children’s Suite)

Margaret Tierno

F. Schubert Impromptu in A flat, op. 142, no.2 

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