Classical Music Series

The music is back at the Community Center!

We are very excited to bring back our popular Classical Music Series and hope you will come enjoy our three planned concerts. Please note, in order to create a safe environment, we may have to limit capacity so please try and purchase your tickets in advance. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee tickets will be available at the door.


in memory of Siamak Adibi

The classical concerts are made possible by your enthusiasm and financial support. The cost for hosting three concerts per season is $11,000. Ticket sales alone do not cover this expense. To support the series, Joan Adibi made a generous $5,000 challenge gift to the Community Center in memory of her husband, Siamak. Joan hopes this will inspire others to donate in an effort to support for our music series in 2021 and beyond.

Although Siamak is missed on our Chappy byways, his love of music at the CCC will live on. This summer’s music series will be dedicated to his memory. For the love of Siamak and classical music, please consider making a donation.


~ Become a Festival Sponsor with a $100 donation ~

~ Become a Festival Patron with a $250 donation ~

~ Or a Festival Benefactor with a donation of $350 or more ~

~ Match the Adibi donation to help support future concerts ~

Thank You for Your Support!

All Performances begin at 7:30 pm

July 24 — Winsor Music Ensemble CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

Musicians from Winsor Music in Lexington, Massachusetts will perform a program of classical and contemporary pieces, from Ludwig van Beethoven to Claude Vivier, Marti Epstein, Paquito d’Rivera, and Anthony Braxton.

July 31 — A Far Cry String Quartet CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

A string quartet from the celebrated Boston-based A Far Cry chamber orchestra will play Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges’ Six Concertante Quartets, No. 4 in F Major, Bela Bartok’s String Quartet #3, and Ludwig van Beethoven’s stunning String Quartet Op.18 #5 in A Major

August 14 — Manhattan Chamber Players Trio CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

Brendan Speltz on violin, Luke Fleming on viola, and Andrea Casarrubios on cello will perform a mostly Mozart program including his noble Divertimento in E flat major, K 563, and Duo for Violin and Viola No. 1 in G major, K. 423


Masks are required for those not vaccinated