The Worthington Historical Society is pleased to present a program of Celtic and Classical music cherished by musicians Jocelyn Lieberfarb, Kana Murakoshi and Melissa Robol. This program will include Franz Schubert and Heinrich Henkel Lieder of the classical period well suited for the Tröndlin fortepiano, Celtic melodies from the Isle of Skye, and nocturnes by John Field and Maria Szymanowska, which will delight lovers of intimate chamber music. The concert will take place in the Orange Johnson sitting room, which offers a very unique intimate experience for listening to music in performance.
Jocelyn Lieberfarb is an operatic singer in the St. John Episcopal choir. Kana Murakoshi has a master’s in flute performance from Jean Ferrandis in Paris, and Melissa Robol is a pianist for both Worthington and St. Andrew Presbyterian churches. All ticket sales support the continued care of the Tröndlin fortepiano. Many thanks to these three artists for presenting this benefit concert.
Tickets. $25 each, on sale at the Old Rectory, 50 West New England Ave, Worthington; Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 1 pm – 4 pm and Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm (LIMITED SEATING)
Concert will be held at the Orange Johnson House, 956 High Street, Worthington