SPM Goes Outdoors!

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Pompositticut Farm

25 Lewis Street

Hudson, MA 01749

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Please join us for this wonderful outdoor concert. Tickets are limited--act quickly!

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On June 12 at 6:30 pm, Maestro Churchill will lead Symphony Pro Musica for its first live performance in nearly a year and a half! The concert will take place at Pompositticut Farm Day Camp, an accredited summer camp for children (still a few spots left for this summer!). Bring your own chairs, blankets, snacks, and nonalcoholic beverages--food and drinks will not be served.

The concert is free of charge. We are limiting attendees , and we encourage all those who are able to be vaccinated to do so. Masks will be required. The musicians will wear masks as well--wind instruments and brass instruments will take off their masks in order to play, of course!

We are also requiring that one person from each group provide their phone number and email to facilitate contact tracing, should that be necessary. Preregistration by one person in each party is required: a maximum of 4 people per party.

Parking is limited. Please let us know the amount of vehicles your group will use; carpool when possible.


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Pompositticut Farm

25 Lewis Street

Hudson, MA 01749

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Organizer Symphony Pro Musica

Organizer of SPM Goes Outdoors!

Under the direction of Music Director and conductor Mark Churchill, Symphony Pro Musica is a critically-acclaimed community orchestra that performs in Hudson and Southborough, MA. Performing engaging programs of the highest caliber, SPM provides residents in MetroWest and Central Massachusetts the opportunity to attend live orchestral concerts at affordable prices.  The orchestra is dedicated to featuring rising young stars, offering audience members a  glimpse of the future of classical music, as well as presenting a wide range of music drawn from the classical repertoire.

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