Benefit Concert for Warming Shelter

November 3, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Immanuel Episcopal Church
20 Church St
Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Donations accepted
Stone Church Box Office

Leslie Stroud, flute, and Matthew Odell, piano

Stone Church Arts and Cameo Arts Foundation presents a benefit concert for the Greater Falls Warming Shelter. Leslie Stroud, flute, and Matthew Odell, piano, share favorite sonatas demonstrating the intriguing intersection of old and new relationships—culturally, geographically and musically. The concert takes place at Immanuel Episcopal Church, the stone church on the hill, in Bellows Falls.

The Greater Falls Warming Shelter, which provides a safe, warm overnight shelter during the winter months for those in need. The shelter principally serves towns in the Greater Falls area, including Rockingham, Westminster, Athens, Grafton, North Walpole and Walpole, New Hampshire.

Stroud and Odell perform works by three living composers representing several of our oldest New World cites, Boston, Philadelphia and New York City, alongside one of our most beloved and influential Old World composers, Gabriel Fauré.  This diverse collection of sonatas spans a period of 192 years, taking the listener on a journey through time and place.

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