“Simply Amazing!” is the description we often hear about our partnership with Scrag Mountain Music. Mary Bonhang and Evan Premo and the talented colleagues they assemble for Scrag Mountain Music concerts seem to have a blast playing in our barn.
The musicians say it is because during the farm suppers they begin connecting with you who attend, sharing the meal, watching the goats, figuring out the key of a certain farm sound! And we in the audience are more enthralled than typical. We ate with the musicians, know them to be mortals—folks who share our penchant for farm fresh food. Connecting is not only a hunger, it is a feast.
Join us to experience it all – dining, music, friends, farm fresh meal and the whole ambiance.
Reservations are strongly encouraged as we have limited seating for this pre-concert meal and winter concert, and our last event was a full house.
Meal: Farm Sourced Winter Supper
5:30 – 7:00 pm served in the Farmstand & Greenhouse
Cost: $20/person plus tax for adults; $10/person plus tax for kids
Detailed Menu coming soon…..but as always it will be our pasture-raised meats and organically managed veggies!
Concert: Two Sopranos
Concert begins promptly at 7:30 pm in the Barn Event Space.
Scrag Mountain Music will be bringing in talented musicians and have an always awe-inspiring performance in store for us in the intimate setting of our barn. Artistic Director Mary Bonhag and her colleague, Boston-based soprano Jessica Petrus, will join forces to present a program of mostly early music that features two sopranos and violin. Lynette Combs will also make a return with her harpsichord.
The program will include the ecstatic Ave Generosa by the eleventh century mystic, philosopher, herbalist, abbess, composer and poet Hildegard von Bingen for two sopranos unaccompanied as well as the intoxicating harmonies of Claudio Monteverdi’s music for two sopranos and basso continuo. Soprano Jessica Petrus will be featured on “Le mort de Didon” (The Death of Dido) by French Baroque composer Michel Pignolet de Montéclair. The instrumentalists get to shine on a “dancy” trio sonata by Danish/German baroque composer Dieterich Buxtehude.
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