The 18th annual chamber music series at Good Shepherd Church, Marine Park, begins on Oct. 6 with a performance by clarinetist Thomas Piercy. The concerts take place on 11 consecutive Sundays at 6 p.m.
While admission is free and open to the public, voluntary donations for the performers are encouraged.
Michael Fontana, parish music director, said: “We are delighted to continue presenting some of New York City’s finest solo musicians and ensembles in a beautiful setting.”
The series concludes Dec. 15 with a performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” featuring an orchestra, choir and soloists.
The schedule includes:
Oct. 6 – Tom Piercy, clarinet
Oct. 13 – Joe Brent, mandolin
Oct. 20 – Hard Tango Chamber Band
Oct. 27 – Eight Strings and a whistle, violin, cello and flute
Nov. 3 – Daniel Lippel, classical guitar
Nov. 10 – Gregory Harrington, violin
Nov. 17 – Kalin Ivanov, cello
Nov. 24 – Brooklyn Baroque, flute, cello and harpsichord
Dec. 1 – Matthew Fontana, clarinet
Dec. 8 – Brace Negron, baritone
Dec. 15 – G.F. Handel’s “Messiah,” choir, soloists and orchestra
For additional information, call 718-998-2800.