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34 Star Starred
Gore Place
Between Richgrain and Lawndale 52 Gore Street Waltham, MA 02453
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Historic Gore Place's Carriage House Concert Series
11 ratings
5.0 average rating
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3 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 08 2009

This was a very intimate setting for the chamber ensemble that we listened to. The music was fantastic and the acoustics wonderful. I loved the smell of the old, oak boards in the carriage house. I will definitely be returning to this venue for...continued

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25 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 28 2010

Bill Staines is a terrific folk musician, with years on the road and many CD's recorded. He still performs very well and his style fits very well in this small, informal, intimate venue. There's no air conditioning in the Gore Estate carriage...continued

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18 reviews
9 stars
attended Jul 21 2010

We had never before been to Gore Place and were delighted with the experience. To listen to a terrific jazz concert with a breeze blowing into the carriage house was delightful. We look forward to touring Gore Place in the fall and to attending...continued

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Wednesday, July 17, 2013: Cochran-Wrenn Duo 

The Cochran-Wrenn Duo presents diverse and engaging programs from the vast repertoire for flute and guitar. From Bach to the Tango as well as the players’ original compositions and arrangements, this ensemble strives not only to entertain, but also to challenge the musical expectations of their audience. Through their diligence and thoughtful programming, the Cochran-Wrenn duo maintains high standards of excellence with each new performance.   


Wednesday, July 24, 2013: Canzonare (voice, flute and keyboard) *

Musique Pour le Dauphin – French baroque music from the first decade and a half of the 18th century. Their programs have being lauded for their “taste and ingenuity” (Boston Musical Intelligencer_), their playing as “seamless” (American Recorder_) and “interplay … hard to resist” (Boston Musical Intelligencer_), and their concerts “animated” by “sheer warmth and creative spirit” (_Boston Musical Intelligencer) and “stimulating [of] the palate and the conversation” (American Recorder).   


Wednesday, July 31, 2013: Katie McNally and Eric McDonald *

Fiddler Katie McNally and guitarist Eric McDonald offer an evening of traditional music from Scotland. Katie McNally and Eric McDonald seek to functionally push the envelope of traditional music, using original music and modern sensibility to add new color to the familiar style of tunes that have been passed down for generations. While based heavily in the Scottish tradition, their music is infused with influences from two diverse and educated musical backgrounds, where carefully arranged traditional pieces seamlessly give way to original compositions. 

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