Great Music on Sundays @ 5 is back at Provincetown Church

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The Great Music on Sundays @5 concert series will feature its first live concert in over two years when it kicks off its 24th season with “Together Again!” at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 12, at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House in Provincetown, 236 Commercial St.

It will present music from Bach to the Balkans to Broadway and beyond with nine musicians and singers. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

The concert features musicians presenting selections foreshadowing events to come over the summer, with performances by pianists Craig Combs and John Thomas, Broadway concert singers Trish LaRose, Pamela Murray, Carolyn Rogers, saxophonist Ken Field , flautist Eric Maul, clarinetist Mónika Veress and Frederick Jodry on the historic 1850 Holbrook organ. Bach, Bartok, Debussy and Sondheim are just a few of the composers whose music will fill the concert hall. Built in 1847 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, the UU Meeting House’s historic and rare trompe l’oeil walls and serene atmosphere provide the setting. The concerts also include the 1928 Steinway Model B concert grand piano.

During the pandemic, Great Music on Sundays @5 continued to thrive online with 15 filmed concerts still available for viewing on YouTube.

After the preview, the series will run July 17-September 11 at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, followed by an outdoor season finale celebration at Mary Heaton Vorse House in Provincetown from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, September 18.

Each concert will also be streamed live and will remain available for one week before the live broadcast of the next concert.

The cost of the concerts is as follows: general admission $25, seniors $20, limited priority seating $50 and 12 and under free. Advance ticket purchases are available at brownpapertickets.com. The concert series has PayPal and Venmo options. All concerts are handicapped accessible.

For more information, contact 508-487-9344.

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