Chamber Music Summer Season Opens With Hornucopia
Bill Chaisson
The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society started 47 years ago. This year's season opens on July 17 at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown and July 18 at the Chilmark Community Center.
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After a Week of Teaching, Cellist Leads Students in Concert
On Saturday, April 8, Andres Vera will host a free concert featuring himself, local strings instructors and Vineyard students.
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Chamber Music Society Thanksgiving Concert
The Chamber Music Society will hold its Thanksgiving concert on Saturday, Nov. 26, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.
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New Executive Director for Chamber Music Society
The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society has announced the appointment of Douglas Finn as its new executive director.
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Youth Grants Go to Boys & Girls Club, Skate Park, Chamber Music Society
Julia Wells

Three organizations that serve hundreds of Island youth have received grants totaling $511,000 from MVYouth, a community fund begun two years ago.

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Chamber Music Society Adds New Notes to a Classic Form
Alex Floyd
The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society is celebrating its 45th anniversary this summer with a lineup of performances by nationally known groups such as the Harlem String Quartet and Infinite Brass.
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Chamber Music Society Thanksgiving Concert

The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society is holding its Thanksgiving concert on Saturday, Nov. 29, at the Whaling Church in Edgartown.

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Chamber Music Society Embraces Cool
On Monday and Tuesday of this past week the Chamber Music Society started their summer season in fine form. The season continues with a concert simply called “Cool.”
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Chamber Music Society Opens Season
Wind instruments will reign as the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society presents its annual spring concert on Sunday, May 25, at 4 p.m. at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center.
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Music Festival Returns for 42nd Encore
Ivy Ashe
Everybody growing up in the small town of Kingman, 
Kans., took piano lessons, Delores (Dee) Stevens, 83, explained, sitting at the table of her Chilmark home on a sunny summer morning. That was just what you did. “I was so excited when I had my first lesson. I think I was about four,” Mrs. Stevens said.
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