Mountainside Baroque visits the newly renovated B’er Chayim Temple, located at the corner of Union and Centre Streets in Cumberland, on Sunday, November 22, for two performances (4 p.m. and 7 pm.) of a program entitled “Psalms of David.” A reception will follow the 7 p.m. performance, along with a tour of the building and its restoration. The public is invited to this special opportunity of experiencing a performance in a significant structure in Cumberland’s history.
This program of seventeenth century vocal and instrumental music features sopranos Leann Conley-Holcom and Janna Critz, tenors Joel Bevington and Bradley King, basses Ryan Mullaney and Joseph Hubbard, and members of Pittsburgh-based Chatham Baroque and Charlottesville (VA)-based Three-Notch Road. Mountainside Baroque’s resident choir The Scholars of St. Cecilia will also perform.
Due to the available seating at B'er Chayim, the same concert is being performed twice on the same day (4 p.m. and 7 pm.). Since the Temple can accommodate around 100 people, we are accepting reservations in order to not to disappoint any who wish to attend. (The 4 p.m. performance is filling quickly.) To reserve your place, call 301-777-3364 or purchase tickets online at www.mountainsidebaroque.org.