CAMDEN — Bay Chamber presents string duo ARKAI on Saturday, March 25, at 7 p.m., at the Camden Opera House.
“Featuring violinist Jonathan Miron and cellist Philip Sheegog, ARKAI redefines genre boundaries –fusing classical virtuosity with the electricity of a rock band, the spontaneity of a jazz combo, and the beauty of a string quartet,” said Bay Chamber, in a news release.
Winners of the 2021 Astral Artists National Auditions, their past engagements have included The MET Breuer, Rockwood Music Hall, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and the 92nd Street Y. Their electronic debut composition, Letters from COVID, was featured at TED@PMI for a global audience of over 30,000 people from 182 countries.
“Join ARKAI for a dynamic and electrifying musical evening of original compositions and beloved classics,” said Bay Chamber.
As part of Bay Chamber’s Community Engagement Program, young people from across the state will attend a free school matinee with ARKAI, made possible with support from First National Bank and First National Wealth Management.
Bay Chamber is committed to making live performance accessible to a broad audience by offering a tiered ticketing system. Tickets are $35 for adults age 35 and over, $20 for adults ages 22-34 and Pay What You Wish for those age 21 and under.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit baychamber.org or call 207-236-2823.
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