Music, Art and Tea!

Hevreh Ensemble is excited to announce a new lecture series on China that will help to support our tour to China in March 2020. The tour is presented by PARMA Records.

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The lectures will take place on Sunday afternoons 2:00 PM at Chaiwalla located at 1 Main Street in Salisbury, CT. Owner Mary O’Brien has graciously offered to host us and will serve her legendary desserts and tea. Here is the format for the lectures:

October 20th -“Hearing Nature: Chinese Music Through the Centuries" with musicologist Dr. John Myers, Professor of Music and Cultural Studies-Bard College at Simons Rock

November 17th- “Seeing Nature”: “Chinese Art Through the Centuries” with historian Dr. Verena Drake-former faculty, The Hotchkiss School

January 19th- “Chinese Tea”: “Learn About and Taste Teas from Different Regions of China” with Mary O’Brien from Chaiwalla

February 9th- “A Natural Combination: “Painters, Poems and Art” with a Guzheng demonstration by Pan Lei,Mandarin instructor at The Hotchkiss School and Dr. Verena Drake

We hope to see you there!

Requested Donation: $ 25.00 for each lecture. Proceeds will benefit Hevreh Ensemble’s upcoming performances in China in March 2020!

First 5 guests to to make a reservation for entire series may bring a friend to one lecture for free!

Checks can be made out to: Fractured Atlas- memo line Hevreh Ensemble

Send to: POB 515 Salisbury, CT 06068 – Reservations:

Judith Dansker