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Gore Place
Between Richgrain and Lawndale 52 Gore Street Waltham, MA 02453
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I would recommend bringing a flashlight. It's dark walking up to the mansion and also wear flat shoes.
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The weather was warm summer evening. I wore light clothes as it was warm in the house..
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Born and raised in Philadelphia, Sylvia Berry studied piano at the New England Conservatory and Oberlin Conservatory and pianoforte at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands. Currently, she specializes in Viennese music of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Berry appeared frequently in the Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe Series in the Netherlands as a soloist and a chamber musician, and has given solo recitals in the U.S. and Italy.

Violinist Susanna Ogata enjoys a varied career of chamber music, orchestral playing, and recital performances specializing in period instrument practice.  As a core member of the Bach Ensemble led by Joshua Rifkin, she has performed abroad in Germany and Belgium. Ogata is a founding member of the Coriolan String Quartet currently in its inaugural year.  She is a tenured member of the Handel and Haydn Society where she has served as Guest Concertmaster. She has also performed with Ensemble Florilège, L’Académie, Boston Baroque, Sarasa, Foundling, Arcadia Players, Musicians of the Old Post Road, Genessee Early Music Society, and the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra. Ogata has appeared as soloist with the Bach Ensemble, Foundling, Eastman Musica Nova Ensemble, Boston Virtuosi, and the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra. She has recorded for Nonesuch and Telarc. Ogata also served on the violin faculty at the Longy School of Music.

About the Ticket Supplier: Gore Place

Gore Place Society’s mission is to preserve and promote the 1806 estate of Christopher and Rebecca Gore as a unique educational resource to inspire an appreciation of early 19th-century America.