DENOVO Quartet Plays Music of Holbrook Robinson in Annisquam
An evening of chamber music with the Denovo string quartet features works of Holbrook Robinson at the Annisquam Village Church, Saturday, August 3 at 7:30 p.m. Robinson, a sometime summer resident since childhood of the Gloucester village of Annisquam, is a self-taught composer, and also a professor of French at Northeastern U. The Denovo Quartet has its roots at Boston University. MaeLynn Arnold and Michael Hustedde play violins, Amberly Lamphere, viola, and Daniel Dickson, cello.
The concert is a benefit for the newly renovated Annisquam Village Church at the head of Lobster Cove. Widely known for its beauty and resonant acoustics, the historic 1820’a building is an ideal venue for chamber music and has attracted many world-class musicians in its long-running concert series. A reception in the Cove Room, which has also undergone renovations, follows the concert.
Admission at door $20 / Seniors and Students $15 or order on-line through
The Annisquam Village Church is located at 820 Washington Street (corner of Washington and Leonard Streets) in Gloucester. 978.281.0376.