Beethoven’s Blues, Part II
The annual Heirloom Music Festival in western Massachusetts connects different styles of music, fostering a conversation about music, culture, and art. Our theme for this year (2022) is ‘Beethoven’s Blues,’ exploring the feeling of the blues in classical music.
Each concert features different works that reflect the blues in some way.
Part II features works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Beethoven, and Franz Schubert as well as a new work by Kenny Butler, Mercy’s Door for blues guitar and string quartet.
Professional musicians from around western Massachusetts have come together to make these programs possible. A heartfelt thank you to Kenny Butler, Chris Devine, Ignacy Gaydamovich, Marcia Lehninger, Allyson Michal, and Veronika Schreiber for their inspiring artistry.
Friday, August 26th, 2022
Hawks and Reed
$25 door/ $20 before August 26th
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Sunday, August 28th, 2022
Three Sisters Sanctuary
$25/ $20 before August 28th
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Tickets & Donations
Tickets will be available at the door at all venues, and can be purchased using cash, check, or Venmo. Tickets may also be purchased in advance through Eventbrite at the links above.
As with most arts endeavors, ticket sales make up only a small portion of what it takes to put on a great performance. Please consider donating if you are able to help us continue to provide high-quality performance and to fulfill our mission of providing opportunity for professional artists. Donations may be made via Venmo to @ConwayFineArts or via check or cash at concerts.
Heirloom Music Festival, part II
August 26th and 28th, 2022
Greenfield and Goshen, Massachusetts
‘Beethoven’s Blues: exploring the blues in classical music’
Conway Fine Arts
Geoffrey Baker, artistic director
Heirloom Music Festival 2022 is made possible in part by support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council
Chris Devine, guitar
Marcia Lehninger and Allyson Michal, violin
Geoffrey Baker and Mikayla Reine, viola
Ignacy Gaydamovich, cello
Franz Schubert: Overture in c minor, D. 8
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Five fantasy pieces for string quartet, Op. 5
Kenny Butler: ‘Mercy’s Door’ for blues guitar and string quartet
Beethoven: Quintet in C for two violins, two violas, and cello, Op. 29
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