April 27 & 28, 2024

In April harpist Charles Overton returned to close out our 33rd season after his rousing debut last season. Joining him was Mark Dover on clarinet and Michael Thurber on double bass, as well as Tessa Lark on violin.


Featured composers included Schumann, Jean Cras, Eccles, Nico Muhly and original works composed and arranged by the performing artists.


Charles Overton, Harp

Mark Dover, Clarinet

Michael Thurber, Bass

Tessa Lark, Violin


Eccles, Double Bass Sonata

Debussy, Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque

Jules Massenet, Méditation from Thaïs

Edward Elgar, Salut d’Amour

Erik Satie, Gymnopédie No. 1

Schumann, Fantasiestucke, Op.73 (arr. for clarinet and harp)

Thurber/Dover, Cherub Strut

Morgan Lewis arr. Overton, How High the Moon

Dover, We’ve All Changed

Trad., Boy In the Gap

Jerome Kern arr. Overton, All The Things You Are

Chick Corea, Spain

Overton/Dover/Thurber/Lark, Original Compositions

Performing Musicians

Charles Overton


Equally at home in an orchestra or in a jazz club, Charles Overton is a Boston-based harpist and performer of classical, jazz and world music.

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Mark Dover


Grammy-nominated clarinetist Mark Dover is a man of many horns, maintaining firm roots in classical music while ever-expanding into the vast world of improvised music.

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Michael Thurber


Acclaimed composer Michael Thurber’s musical career defies categorization, his musical journey has been remarkably singular.

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Tessa Lark


Tessa Lark is one of the most captivating artistic voices of her time.  A budding superstar in the classical realm, she is also a highly acclaimed fiddler in the tradition of her native Kentucky.

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