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    Buy a ticket good at any show at Old First Concerts - valid until June 1, 2021. Golden Ticket holders receive the latest concert updates via e-mail and can reserve their seat for any concert before general ticket sales begin. Some specially priced concerts may require additional payment.


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    Circadian String Quartet: Images – Friday, November 13 at 8 pm

    Circadian String Quartet: Images - Friday, November 13 at 8 pm

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    Debussy’s Préludes for piano are so coloristic that they suggest many sounds and images that transcend the instrument--join Circadian as we transform them into string quartet music and explore their endless suggestive possibilities.


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    Old First Concerts 50th Anniversary Gala – Sunday, November 15 at 2 pm

    Old First Concerts 50th Anniversary Gala - Sunday, November 15 at 2 pm

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    Celebrate our 50th anniversary with us as we showcase an incredible line-up of some of our favorite musicians live from our space and in pre-recorded performances made especially for today!


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    Old Becomes New – Ensemble for These Times – Friday, November 20 at 8 pm

    photographs of Anne Lerner, Nanette McGuinness, and Margaret Halbig

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    Ensemble for These Times kicks off its thirteenth season with new music by living composers inspired by older forms, styles, and themes, taking something old and giving it a new perspective for these times by refashioning it into something brand new.


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    Daniel Glover – Symphonies and Concertos without Orchestra (a Covid Compromise) – Friday, December 18 at 8 pm

    Daniel Glover - Symphonies and Concertos without Orchestra (a Covid Compromise) - Friday, December 18 at 8 pm

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    Daniel Glover will perform rare solo piano works which also exist(ed) as orchestral works by Clementi, Beethoven-Alkan, Corigliano, and Liszt. Since we currently have no chance to attend live orchestra concerts, this recital will remind us of what we have been missing


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