‘Conversations’ With an Oboe
| May 16, 2019
Cooperstown Summer Music Festival is presenting ‘Conversations: Music for Oboe, Flute and Strings’ on Saturday, May 18 in Cooperstown’s Christ Episcopal Church. Flutist and Festival organizer Linda Chesis joins us by phone to talk about the remarkable performers she has gathered for the concert, which will be followed by cocktails and conversation with the artists at the Cooperstown Beverage Exchange. She also gives us a hint of the concerts later in the summer.
Photo credit: Cooperstown Summer Music Festival
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