Windham Philharmonic to perform at the Latchis

BRATTLEBORO — The Windham Philharmonic, led by Music Director Hugh Keelan, presents its first indoor concert on Monday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m., at the Latchis Theatre.

The program, “Early Mozart–Late Beethoven,” will last approximately an hour. It includes Mozart's Symphony No. 14 in A major K. 114, written when he was 15, his Masonic Funeral Music K. 477, and Beethoven's Bagatelles Opus 126, arranged for orchestra by Keelan.

The orchestra invites “all vaccinated, masked listeners to come revel in the joyful dance-like melodies of the symphony, the somber, reflective tones of tribute of the funeral music, and the lyrical, rippling tunes of the bagatelles as you've never heard them.”

The funeral music is intended to “honor the tragedies of Covid and all the grief and loss we have experienced,” Keelan writes on the Philharmonic's website.

After the performance, baked goods will be sold.

Admission is by donation; the audience size is limited to allow for distancing.

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