Twin Forks Musicivic is a local chamber music project committed to delivering social, cultural, educational and compassionate vitality through art music experiences in the Twin Forks area and its surrounding communities.
BRINGING BACK LIVE PERFORMANCE!
NO TICKET IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND! - *This is an in-person event*
Admittance is FREE, thanks to our local, generous sponsors.
Bringing back Live Performance! The Mattituck Park District has partnered with Twin Forks Musicivic to bring Quartet Salonnières to the Twin Forks of Long Island to kick off the their Veterans Park Summer Concert Series 2021. Quartet Salonnières will be performing woks by Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, and More!
Location: Veterans Memorial Beach, 11280 Great Peconic Bay Blvd., Mattituck, NY 11952
Parking: On-site parking is available for those with MPD Beach Permits and any vehicle with a Handicap Parking Permit. Other vehicles may park at MPD Peconic Bay Park/Mattituck Yacht Club (9320 Great Peconic Bay Blvd) and also the Walter Sabat Baseball Field (1865 Bay Avenue), both of which are a short walk. On-street parking where permitted by Southold Town is also an option.
Food/Drink: Food and drink will be available for purchase. No Outside Alcohol is permitted in the Park District. Thanks for understanding!
For More Information:
Call: (631) 298-9103
About Quartet Salonnières:
Acclaimed for their spirited, engaging, and highly original performances, New York City-based Quartet Salonnières is devoted to performance practices of the Baroque through contemporary time periods. Founding members Majka Demcak, Aniela Eddy, Natalie Kress and Cullen O’Neil met during their studies in the Historical Performance program at The Juilliard School. They have toured nationally and internationally, performing together on stages across New Zealand, and with Les Arts Florissants in Paris, Philharmonia Baroque in San Francisco, Apollo’s Fire in Cleveland, Handel and Haydn Society in Boston, and Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Vancouver, Canada.
Highlights of the quartet’s 2019/2020 season include concerts presented by Early Music America, San Francisco Early Music Society, Knox Instrumental Measures, Musicivic Musicast and Berkeley Early Music Festival. Additionally, they were awarded the position of Quartet in Residence at the Carmel Bach Festival and were featured on New York’s WQXR radio station and Michigan’s WMUK “Let’s Hear It!” program. Quartet Salonnières recently made their New York City debut as part of the Midtown Concert Series hosted by Gotham Early Music Scene. Their first album, to be released in spring of 2021, features works by Mozart, Haydn and Boccherini.