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‘Unchambered’ during COVID, musicians perform classical music on Promenade with NY Harbor backdrop

September 17, 2020 Editorial Staff
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Devoid of an indoor chamber as venue amid the pandemic, the Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra has chosen the Brooklyn Heights Promenade as the outdoor space for public performances this fall.

“All performing arts organizations are chomping at the bit to return to live audiences,” said Melody English, the general director of the Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra. Our ‘Unchambered’ series is a short-term way to share our love for classical music with the community in the interim.”

The next performance takes place Sunday, September 20 at Fulton Ferry Landing.

“The public response was very positive,” said Philip Nuzzo, Artistic Director and Conductor. “Even distanced and masked, the connection that music provides is always appreciated, and it was so fulfilling to connect with our community again.”

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The August concert took place in front of a dramatic sunset on the Promenade.

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