In Woodbury: Music Foundation to Host Pianists at Chamber Music Concerts

The Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation announced its first season of performers for the 2021-2022 Chamber Concert Series at the First Congregational Church, 214 Main St. South. The next concert will take place on September 26 featuring classically trained pianist Margarita Nuller. More information is available at www.wbcmusicfoundation.org.

BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — The Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation announced its first season of performers for the 2021-2022 Chamber Concert Series at the First Congregational Church, 214 Main St. South in Woodbury.

Four acclaimed pianists will perform during this year’s concerts, using WBCMF’s newly acquired Yamaha grand piano.

The list of classically trained pianists includes Margarita Nuller, who will perform on September 26, Andrew Armstrong, who will perform on November 21, Alissa Leiser, who will perform on February 6, and Matt DeChamplain, who will perform on April 3.

Season tickets and individual concert tickets are available at the foundation’s website www.wbcmusicfoundation.org.

Tickets may also be available at the door on the day of the concert.

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