Concert in the Museum with SATORI

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Concert in the Museum with SATORI

SATORI will perform music for flute, violin, and cello, including compositions by John Antes.

By The Moravian Historical Society

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Date and time

Starts on Sunday, April 23 · 2pm EDT


Moravian Historical Society 214 E. Center St. Nazareth, PA 18064

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About this event

  • 2 hours
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SATORI is a classical chamber music ensemble, based in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, and playing both traditional and contemporary chamber music. The group is currently in its 27th season, with a repertoire ranging from baroque to 21st century selections. SATORI’s name is taken from a Zen term suggesting the coming together of separate parts to form a whole---a perfect metaphor for chamber Music.

This concert in the Museum of the Moravian Historical Society will feature Rebecaa Brown, violin; Elizabeth Mendoza, cello; and Nora Suggs, flute. Their repertoire will include compositions by John Antes as well as other 18th-century works.

Rebecaa Brown is a graduate of Drake University, with a Master’s in Fine Arts from the University of Iowa. She teaches and performs regularly with the Bach Festival Orchestra and the Allentown Symphony. Elizabeth Mendoza received her Bachelor of Music degree from Peabody Conservatory and her Master of Music degree from the Cincinnati Conservatory. She currently plays with Philadelphia’s Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra and the Chanticleer String Quartet, and serves as principal cellist with the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, and the New Jersey Bay-Atlantic Symphony. Nora Suggs is a graduate of Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine, and is the Artistic Director of SATORI. For over 20 years she has also performed with Two Part Invention, a flute and classical guitar duo. She has taught on the music faculty at Bethlehem’s Moravian College and at the Community Music School of the Lehigh Valley, and currently teaches privately. Dr. Suggs also plays shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese bamboo flute, and has received Shihan (Master) level performance and teaching accreditation on that instrument.

Please note: The museum is on the second floor which is accessible only by stairs.

About the organizer

The Moravian Historical Society (MHS) is a nonprofit museum and historic site that preserves, interprets, and celebrates the rich culture of the Moravians. MHS maintains the 1740-1743 Whitefield House and the 1740 Gray Cottage, the oldest Moravian structure in North America. Recognized for its significant collection and historically important 18th century site and buildings, MHS shares this fascinating history through educational programs, guided tours, engaging museum exhibits, and public events.   

We are proud to be a Preserve America Stewards Award winner, a Blue Star Museum, and a partner with National Geographic Magazine's Delaware River geotourism project.

Please contact us at:

214 East Center Street
Nazareth, Pa 18064

More detailed information about the Moravian Historical Society and the Whitefield House Museum may be found on our website:

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