By 1812Blockhouse

The St. Peter’s Music Series has announced its first concert of the year, featuring acclaimed violinist Andrew Sords, cellist Nathanael Matthews, and pianist Elizabeth DeMio. The concert is set to take place on Saturday, September 9, at 7 PM in St. Peter Church. Best of all, the event is free and open to the public, with a free-will offering to be collected.

Andrew Sords, the violinist headlining the event, is no stranger to the world stage. With a career that spans four continents and nearly 300 orchestras, Sords is a force to be reckoned with in the classical music scene. His website describes him as a musician who combines “visceral virtuosity with a ravishing tone,” a testament to his unique ability to captivate audiences.

Joining Sords are cellist Nathanael Matthews and pianist Elizabeth DeMio, both of whom bring their own brand of musical excellence to the table. Matthews is known for his emotive performances, while DeMio’s technical prowess on the piano has been lauded by critics and audiences alike. Together, they form a trio that promises an evening of musical brilliance.

St. Peter’s Church, the venue for this concert, offers an intimate setting that is perfect for an evening of classical music. The church’s acoustics are known to enhance the musical experience, making every note resonate with clarity and depth. As a community hub, St. Peter Church has always been committed to enriching the cultural landscape, and the St. Peter Music Series is a testament to that commitment.

The concert is free to attend, but a free-will offering will be collected to support the musicians and future events in the St. Peter Music Series. This is a golden opportunity for music aficionados to witness world-class talent without the hefty price tag usually associated with such events. Given the star-studded lineup and the limited seating, early arrival is recommended.

Source: St. Peter’s Music Series

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