Music

April 18, 2021 at 4 p.m.

Recital Series Returns To Deerfield Presbyterian Church

The long-running recital series at Deerfield Presbyterian, suspended for the last year, will resume on Sunday, April 18th at 4:00PM. The guest artists will be The Harvey String Duo from Philadelphia.

Cassia Harvey, cello, and Myanna Harvey, violin, have played and performed together since childhood. Theirs is a partnership that spans teaching, writing, publishing, and playing. Myanna and Cassia have performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and the Philadelphia Academy of Music. They have also performed at such venues as the Reading Public Museum, the German Society of Pennsylvania, the Trinity Center for Urban Life, the Ethical Society of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and at the Bournemouth International Music Festival, where they won first prize. Myanna’s playing is featured on the CD release Duos and Trios from Four Centuries, and Cassia is playing on The Russian Cello: Rare Treasures from Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union.  They have written and published over two hundred books for strings and have sold upwards of 55,000 books to customers in over 50 countries. They maintain active teaching studios. Their program at Deerfield will include classical, sacred, folk and popular music; they will be joined at the piano by Evelyn R. Larter, the church’s director of music, for a few selections. Learn more about the artists at www.theharveystringduo.com.

There is no charge for the recital – a freewill offering will be received to benefit the recital series.  Due to social distancing requirements, seating in limited. Please email DeerfieldRSVP@gmail.com to reserve your seat(s).

February 23, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Winter Recital – Flute & Organ

Join us for a free concert of classical and sacred music, showcasing the Aeolian Skinner pipe organ in the historic church sanctuary ~ With Anna Meyer, flute, an Artist in Residence at Temple University and Erik Meyer, organ, the new Minister of Music at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Salem NJ. A freewill offering will be received to benefit the recital series. The program will be followed by a Meet-the-Artists reception.

Evelyn R. Larter, Director of Music and Organist
Photo by Joe Routon

Anna & Erik Meyer

Evelyn Larter with Emilie Carter Park (left; violin) and Esther Jane Kulp (right; mezzo soprano)

Lynne Beiler, Cellist & Davyd Booth, Pianist with Evelyn Larter – Sept 30, 2018

The Gospel According to Bach ~ Oct 28, 2018 Seated: Cheryl Elliott, Dottie Free, Tom Elliott, Pamela Fay, Ron Lipscomb. Standing: Rev Ken Larter, David Fay. Not seen: Evelyn Larter on organ.

AGO Members Recital – SouthWest Jersey Chapter May 2018