The Hollister House located in the bucolic village of Washington is hosting its annual event, Music in the Garden, on June 10 at 5 p.m. that is perfect for garden and music lovers. Beautifully situated on a sloping terraced site, this house garden is an American interpretation of a classic English Garden.
Unwind on the main lawn amid the loosely formal structure of this garden and enjoy a magical concert by the Deming String Quartet. The concert of baroque music will include Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major by Johann Sebastian Bach, L’estro Armonico, Opus 3, No.11 in D Minor by Antonio Vivaldi, Selections from Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks by George Frideric Handel and more.Bring a blanket or a camp chair, even a picnic if you wish – we’ll provide the rosé! Greet summer with a backdrop of a beautiful garden while enjoying an outstanding concert of baroque music.
For tickets, HHG Members $25 |Non-Members $35 https://hollisterhousegarden.org/events/music-in-the-garden.
About the Quartet
The Deming String Quartet is led by founder and violinist Larry Deming, Concertmaster of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra and Director of the Danbury Music Centre Summer Strings Program. Diane Orson, violinist with Orchestra New England (and WNPR reporter!), Barbara Wiggins, member of the Hartford and New Haven Symphony Orchestras and principal viola with Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra and Mary Costanza, award winning cellist and currently associate principal cellist with the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra complete the quartet.