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Music Lovers’ Luncheon

Break bread and connect with conductors, musicians, and more.

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This was my first time attending. I didn’t know what to expect, but I met some lovely people. But getting to hear the conductor and pianist talk about their life as a symphony musician and the upcoming concert deepened my experience of the concert in unexpected ways. I will be back! Thank you for making this a possibility!

These intimate meals are your chance to hear the stories of guest artists and/or conductors before they take to the stage.

You’ll join other music lovers to hear these performers highlight the details of their careers and upcoming concerts. Both will deepen your understanding and appreciation of the music they share. Luncheons are presented in partnership with the Portland Country Club in Falmouth, begin promptly at 12:00 noon, and last approximately an hour and a half. Make your required reservation (with $30 advance payment) now to nourish your insight into the world of classical music.

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