Returning to In-Person Concerts!

We are so ready to share the full energy of an in-person concert experience with you—still in the comfort of your own home.

A handful of people have gotten to hear the full spectrum of our sound over the past two years, and we’d love for you to be the next!

Here’s how it works:

You bring together a group of people you feel comfortable hosting in your home and enjoying an evening (or afternoon) of great music and companionship with.

We bring ourselves and our unique instruments, John’s delightful and informative commentary, and serenade you for about an hour.

Corelli’s Opus 5 No. 9 violin sonata, from our October 2021 livestream concert
A taste of John’s commentary and a little snippet of Louis Aubert’s Sonata No. 1, from our February 2022 livestream concert

There will be ample opportunity before and after the music to enjoy each other’s company and ask us your questions (with zero Zoom/internet issues!!).

As host, we’ll ask you to pass a hat around on our behalf, and we’ll also provide a means of donating digitally. Our goal for each concert is $300 to make this sustainable for us.
(That could be 30 people each giving ~$10 each, 15 people each giving ~$20, 7 or 8 people giving ~$40.)

As historically-informed performers, we’d be remiss if we didn’t take a moment to note that home concerts have a long and important history in classical music (as well as being great fun for all involved). They are just as important in our current moment, bridging us back to in-person performances while things still feel uncertain. If you’re curious, our violinist wrote a paper about this during her master’s degree…

If you’re as ready as we are for music in the same room as you, drop us a line:

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