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2019 Interlude Concerts

by Angie Jenkins

The Interlude Concert Series at Highlands First Presbyterian Church brings a welcome sense of peace and passion to the stress of 21st Century Life.

Highlands First Presbyterian Church will launch its 2019 Interlude Concert Series with a July 10 performance by Violinist Kate Ransom and her brother, Pianist William Ransom. Ms. Ransom is the President of the Music School of Delaware and has been a favorite performer at the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival. William Ransom is the Mary Emerson Professor of Piano at Emory University and the director of the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta. He’s also the Artistic Director of the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival.

The Ransom’s performance is co-sponsored by the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival.

All concerts in the series begin at 2:00 P.M. in the church on Main Street. Performances are offered as a free respite for everyone.

Following the July 10 premiere, The Trey Clegg Chamber Singers will perform on Wednesday, July 24. Under the direction of founder Trey Clegg, the group’s repertoire is specifically selected based on the themes of Reconciliation, Equality and Unity.

Later concerts include The Land of the Sky Men’s Chorus on August 7; The Smoky Mountain Brass Band on August 21; and the Carolina Women’s Chorale on August 28.

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