A Meetup to Discuss our Upcoming Concerts

  • February 26, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Dear Classical Music Lovers,

It has been quite a while since we had a meeting to get to know our new people and to find out what particular music you would like me to choose.  We are coming up on our six-month Anniversay and I need to know whether there is still more that a little interest or shall we close shop.  So if you still value this venue and want me to still keep it alive, please show me your interest at this meeting on 2/26, Tuesday.   I hope to see most of you at the Princetonian Diner.   This is your chance to speak up about what you would like to see happen.

Thanks so much for your understanding,


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  • Kathy D.

    Clint, Thank you so much for your wonderful support to keep me going with this group. Also, thank you for this list. I can't wait
    for the new music to begin.

    March 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    It gave us a great chance to talk about some of the things we liked, so that's perfect.

    February 27, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I have to second all the other sentiments here. One thing I'd promised/asserted was that I'd leave a list of some works that I liked by some contemporary composers: so, with only 832 characters left, here they are. :) Look forward to seeing some music with everyone in the near future.
    Valentin Silvestrov: Metamusik/Postludium (usually these are coupled on the same disc)
    James MacMillan: The Confession of Isobel Gowdie
    Einojuhani Rautavaara: Angel of Light (Symphony 7)
    Autumn Gardens
    Allan Pettersson: Symphony #7
    Schnittke: In Memoriam (I'd guess most people are familiar with this and with some of the next ones)
    John Tavener: The Protecting Veil
    Henryk Gorecki: Symphony #2 (Already it is dusk); Good Night
    Arvo Part: Trisagion (and really any of the choral music)
    Robert Simpson: Symphony #9
    Per Norgard: Symphonies #3 and #7
    Phil Kline: Unsilent Night; John the Revelator


    February 27, 2013

  • Kathy D.

    After meeting yet a few more classical music lovers, they left me with great inspiration to continue this group on the eve of it's new six month period. I was reluctant to continue on because of the fee we must give to the 'meetup people'. So, thank you Dionne, Reg and Clint for your support to hopefully resolve this issue. I will be sending an e-mail regarding this topic.

    February 27, 2013

  • Abby M.


    I work late on Tuesdays, so it will be difficult for me to attend.

    I hope the group continues. I would like to see more general interest programming, as opposed to mostly Christmas and other religious music. I'm also on a limited budget, so even $35 (the cheapest ticket for the last concert) is hard for me to afford.



    February 24, 2013

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