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The Comtu Trio features Kathi Byam on flute, Miranda Bohl on cello, and Karen Engdahl on violin and keyboard.

The Arts

Third Sunday concert series continues at Rockingham Meeting House

ROCKINGHAM—The Rockingham Meeting House will present the next in its series of Third Sunday concerts for 2019 on Aug. 18, beginning at 3 p.m. at the meeting house.

Music will be provided by the Comtu Trio, which has performed chamber music throughout southeastern Vermont for more than 30 years. The trio is composed of Kathi Byam, flute, Miranda Bohl, cello, and Karen Engdahl, violin and keyboard.

The program will include arrangements of early American and other music from the heyday of the Rockingham Meeting House, from the 1770s through the 1840s.

Admission is free, although donations to the musicians for their time and to help support the ongoing preservation and restoration of the Rockingham Meeting House, a National Historic Landmark, will be gratefully accepted.

The meeting house is off Route 103, just north of the village of Bellows Falls. Information: clg@rockbf.org or www.rockbf.org.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #523 (Wednesday, August 14, 2019). This story appeared on page B3.

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