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New Bedford Symphony Orchestra to offer FREE live stream concert to brighten your spirits during this tough and uncertain time

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We are working on rescheduling our upcoming concerts April 4, Symphony on Tap at Kilburn Mill and April 18 & 19, Happy Birthday, Ludwig! at the Zeiterion. But in the meantime, we are pleased to present the opportunity to tune in for a LIVE concert FIDDLE TIME, Friday, March 20, 7pm.

New Bedford Symphony musicians Peter Zay (cello) and EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks (violin) bring to you an evening of fiddle music to help brighten your spirits during this tough and uncertain time. Peter will even bring his guitar for the occasion, accompanying EmmaLee on a set of traditional Irish Tunes in case you missed your traditional St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Also on the program will be a five-movement suite by Andy Stein, fiddler on “A Prairie Home Companion,” a special arrangement of Londonderry Air by Peter himself, and a collection of cello/fiddle duets by well-known folk musicians Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. Tune in for a cozy evening of upbeat music live streamed from a living room in Yarmouth, Maine.

To watch live, simply go to our Facebook Event “Live Stream: Fiddle Time” at 7pm, Friday evening. You will be able to view the concert even if you do not have a Facebook account. And don’t worry if you miss it! The concert will remain available for viewing on our page.

If you do have a Facebook account, be sure to “Like” our page, find the event and click on “Going” so that you will receive notifications about the concert.

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