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Through the Listening Glass

Escape with the ethereal, other-worldly sound of the Glass Armonica, an invention of Ben Franklin! The instrument is paired with flute and strings in Mozart’s famous Adagio and Rondo alongside exotic gems by Reichardt, Naumann, and early American composers Antes and Moller. American ingenuity at its finest!
With Glass Armonica virtuoso Dennis James

Saturday, May 3, 4pm: Worcester Historical Museum
Sunday, May 4, 4pm: Old South Church, Boston and livestreamed


Venue and Parking Information

Worcester Historical Museum
30 Elm St, Worcester, MA 01609
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Located on the corner of Chestnut Street and Elm Street. The museum parking lot is 50 yards from the end of the block (on the left) just past a church. Walk around to the front entrance on Elm Street.

Old South Church
645 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
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Located near the intersection of Dartmouth Street and Boylston Street, near the Boston Public Library and the Prudential Center. The nearest subway stop is the Copley Square Station on The Green Line. On-street parking is available with meters in effect until 8 pm, or free on Sundays. Parking for $10 is available at the Back Bay Garage; you can pick up a coupon at our ticketing desk after the concert. Additional parking garages are located at the Prudential Center and at 100 Clarendon Street.

Included in our Subscription Packages 

In-person Single Tickets

General: $55

Senior: $50

35 and under: $35

Kids 17 and under with adult, free!

Virtual Single Tickets:

Individual: $35

Family: $70

Students: $10

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