IMPORTANT INFORMATION about our 30th Season
This season we, like so many performing arts organizations, are facing uncertain times. Since guidance on public gatherings is constantly evolving, for this season only we had decided to present one performance per concert weekend on Saturdays at 3pm. Unfortunately, however, out of an abundance of caution, the beautiful church we call our home has made the difficult decision to restrict in-person gatherings of any kind for the foreseeable future.
Though we cannot offer you in-person concerts this season, we are thankful that we still will be filming each performance as planned on the dates below. You will be able to enjoy our beautiful performances by purchasing video tickets to enjoy our concerts from the comfort of your own home.
Our concert filming dates are below. The videos will be made available within two weeks of each concert to all ticket holders to watch for three weeks.
Previous concerts held this season
Overview about our videos
Each full length concert will be filmed and recorded by a Grammy-winning team for your viewing pleasure.
You will receive access to the video within two weeks after each concert film date. We will email you the video link and instructions to enjoy the professionally produced video which will be available to you to watch for three weeks.
It was breathtaking, astonishing really; people were hooting and cheering and grinning from ear to ear.
Thank you for another delightful year! The March concert was fabulous!
Thanks for another wonderful series!! I am already looking forward to next Fall!
Ed Arron is a national treasure.
Musical Masterworks is a splendid and exceptional organization.
Musical Masterworks has changed our community forever.
How totally enjoyable the concerts have been all year . . . I don't remember leaving one on such a high as I did this afternoon. The audience was totally engaged, including a young boy in the balcony across from me who stood and listened, totally absorbed. A wonderful sight !
It is such an unusual series and one of the greatest pleasures in my life: to sit quietly, no extraneous unordered beeps or squeaks and cacophony. Only sweet sounds from very skilled and talented musicians, offering themselves to us and sharing the beauty created between composer and player. So rare these days...I always feel a lot better after a MM concert. Necessary R&R.
Musical Masterworks looks forward to welcoming Rieko Aizawa on piano, Todd Palmer on clarinet and Edward Arron on cello for our next concert video, which will be filmed from the stage of the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme. The concert video will feature the music of Mozart, Bernstein, Kenji Bunch and Brahms This performance […]more
Musical Masterworks looks forward to celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday in December when Edward Arron, Artistic Director and cellist, along with his colleagues James Ehnes, violin; Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin; and Che-Yen Chen, viola, will perform three monumental string quartets by Beethoven, spanning nearly 30 years of his life and demonstrating the full arc of his […]more
By Rick Koster, Day Staff Writer | November 5, 2020 Photo: Freelance filmmaker Zac Nicholson adds a scrim to a light in the balcony while he and fellow filmmaker Tristan Cook, not shown, prepare to record and shoot the Musical Masterworks performance by pianist Andrew Armstrong and violinist James Ehnes. (Dana Jensen/The Day) On […]more