On June 12 at 6:30 pm, Maestro Mark 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 in Hudson, MA, 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 rain date is Sunday, June 13, at 6:30 pm.
The concert is free of charge, and you must register at spmgoesoutdoors.eventbrite.com. We are limiting attendees, and we encourage all those who are able to be vaccinated to do so. In keeping with the CDC and Governor Baker's guidelines, we are not mandating masks (absolutely feel free to wear one), and we are recommending social distancing.
One person from each group must provide their email to facilitate contact tracing, in the unlikely event that will be necessary. Preregistration by one person in each party is required, and there is a maximum of 4 people per party.
In the event this performance becomes fully booked, we encourage you to join our waitlist.
Mark Churchill and the members of SPM are thrilled to be making music together again. “Rehearsals are a joy for everyone involved and we’re so looking forward to sharing our music again! We’re preparing a delicious program of orchestras delights, perfect for an outdoor concert, on a balmy summer evening, in a delightful setting!” Selections include “Outdoor Overture” by Copland, Bizet’s “Carmen Suite,” Chaminade’s “Concertino” for solo flute and orchestra with SPM principal flutist Ethan Lin, “Voices of Spring” waltz by Strauss, the “Impresario Overture” of Mozart, along with two numbers by Leroy Anderson and a singalong of hits from the roaring 1920s, looking forward to the roaring 2020s!"
To learn more about Pompositticut Farm and its programs, visit .