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The Music for a Sunday Afternoon concert series returns to Old Westbury Gardens on Sunday, July 7. The series is once again dedicated to the memory of Eleanor (Ellie) Mueller, pianist, patron and inspiration. All concerts are 1 hour and begin at 3:00 pm

 This year, there will be 5 concerts (I'll be performing on 4 of them):

Sunday, July 7 - The McCarron Brothers (& Sister): The Jazz Quintet of Paul Carlon, sax; Mark McCarron, guitar; Trifon Dimitrov, bass; Jonathan Mele, (guest) drummer; and Suzanne Mueller, cellist open the series with their popular annual performance of original music and unique arrangements of standards.

Sunday, July 14 - CROSS ISLAND: Cellist Suzanne Mueller, pianist Elinor Abrams Zayas, and clarinetist Joseph Rutkowski - Another great series tradition, with duets and trios spanning centuries and styles.

Sunday, July 21 -  Cambiata Cello Duo: A cambiata is a “changing note" - a type of ornament - and, this year, Cambiata Cello Duo is living up to its name. Due to circumstances beyond his control, Paul Finkelstein is unable to join Suzanne Mueller, but, fortunately, Nestor Cybriwsky has stepped up for this concert of duets seamlessly blending classics (e.g., Bach, Beethoven, and Offenbach) with new discoveries (Liegeois, Minsky, and Stevens). The concert will also feature a solo composed last yearby Suzanne in memory of her Mom.

Sunday, July 28 - Nina Gordon's Savannah Sky Country Duo makes its debut appearance on the Music on a Sunday Afternoon series - get ready for some great classic country favorites!

Sunday, August 4 - Hungrytown folk duo, featuring cellist Suzanne Mueller - a perennial Gardens favorite - returns with its signature style of folk blending traditional style and a 21st-Century, closing the season in a series tradition!

Come early and enjoy the beautiful grounds and take a tour with the knowledgable docents! You can sit on the lawn (bring a chair or blanket and a hat for the sun, and refreshments, if you like) or in the barn where chairs (and a/c) are provided.

The concerts are free with Gardens admission An advance reservation for the Gardens is required (unless you're a member). Click here to purchase a ticket, and be sure that the date is correct on it before finalizing your purchase.