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Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra begins Residency at the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre

Posted 8/31/21

HURLEYVILLE - The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre (HPAC) is thrilled to welcome the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra (SCCO) on a recurring basis through the remaining months of 2021. SCCO will …

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Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra begins Residency at the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre

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HURLEYVILLE - The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre (HPAC) is thrilled to welcome the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra (SCCO) on a recurring basis through the remaining months of 2021. SCCO will perform in Hurleyville five times between August 28 and December 4, 2021, with additional appearances scheduled for 2022.

The residency begins with Sounds of Jewish Culture, a two-part live event on Saturday, August 28th and Sunday, August 29th. The performances are a collaborative effort between Klezmer Band Big Galut(e) and the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra to celebrate Jewish culture and music.

Featured players from SCCO include violinists Akiko Hosoi, Alexander Margolis, and Chelsea Wimmer, as well as cellist Kirsten Jermé.

“The Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra is an ensemble of world-class musicians who are enhancing the cultural fabric of our region. We share a mission of bringing great performances to our local audiences and are so fortunate to have them performing in our ballroom, which has excellent acoustics and is a great fit for their sound,” says Ellyane Hutchinson, Chief Operations Officer at HPAC.

Tickets, dates, times and other details can be found here.

For more information on upcoming events, visit hurleyvilleartscentre.org and follow HPAC on Facebook and Instagram @hurleyvilleartscentre, and Twitter @hurleyvillearts.

For images and interview requests, please contact: kori.mallett@mshpartners.com.

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